Barbara Duncan's blog

Real Estate Agent - RE/MAX Advantage
Searcy AR,Arkansas,White County,real estate Searcy,realtor,real estate agent,houses,land,commercial,home search,houses for sale,remax agent,re/max,blogging,million dollar producer,100 percent club remax,experience,top agent,



I fell in love with this picture even though I knew not who it was. It's the expression!  Puzzled?  Wondering?  Pleading?  Burning up in that wool jacket and layered outfit?  What was he thinking? I found out later that this boy was Billy Fuller from Searcy Arkansas.    Billy matured. Billy gaine...
The evolution of a blue house in Searcy Arkansas, sworn to be the truth by Anita Fuller who spent many happy hours in the house, is repeated in this blog.First we had the country porch type house.  Anita was a little tot who sat on the front porch looking as if she was looking for a friend. Porch...
This is a continued blog it seems.  We start out with an innocent city slicker accusing the Holmes's of having loud braying mules which actually turned out to be jacks. Then we showed an old house of the Holmes's which they inhabited before building a fortress of a rock house on the side of Holme...
I posted a blog a day or two ago about the mule-making on Holmes Road many years ago.  Bob Collins said he could hear braying all the way into town where he was a city slicker. I came across a picture which seems to go along with the last blog.  It is a picture marked on the back by my mother-in-...
Why put this picture on my blog? I was inspired by Dorothy Warden's Searcy Daily Citizen column about old Searcy and about Bob Collins, who lived at the corner of Academy and Pear and is shown looking somewhat disgruntled in this picture.  Dorothy said that Bob said he could hear mules braying f...
  Welcome to Cate and Daisy's most excellent adventure site. We will be adding blogs and pictures of our journey across the country in Babe the 1985 "ox"idized, blue Ford F150. Check back often for updates and please sign our guestbook! ***************************...
I'm reblogging my own blog.  It was one of my favorites and in case you missed it, it's worth seeing the change of this house on Arch Street.  Right now the blue house can be bought if you're interested.  But the history of it is what's fun.  Also seeing this old photo of Anita, my blog buddy, o...
In the neighborhood there appears to be a battle between this tree and an underground utility box.  It's been going on for years and it's like a slow but sure competition. That tree grows bigger and bigger. That box gets more and more tilted. Oh, the excitement!  What's going to happen? I asked H...
Here's the way the Robbins Sanford building in downtown Searcy used to look and the way it looks today. It has been renovated and in the middle of the block is the entrance to the Grand Hall.  The hall really does appear "grand" too with the old tin ceilings showing and the wall has an artistic v...
The house shown below sold because of pictures on the internet.  Beverly Jackson from Texas found it, called it a 1925 Arts and Craft Bungalow, fell in love with it and bought it.  It closed in February of this 2010 year.  That's the power of the internet!  She did not buy it from me but she foun...

Barbara S. Duncan

GRI, e-PRO, Executive Broker, Searcy AR
Ask me a question