Arkansas: Orval's Pad

At $1.25 a head, it is one of the best tourist treats in the Ozarks. Visitors get to poke around the house, an imposing structure of native stone, redwood and glass that extends 214 ft. along a precipice overlooking Huntsville, Ark. With any kind of luck, they may see the lord of the manor himself, who will, in the fashion of a hard-pressed British peer, show off the ten rooms, five baths and four fireplaces that make up his new pad, and take them for a stroll down Farkleberry Trail. For no extra charge, visitors also get a whiff...

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