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Travel Blogs from Branson
... Tom) quacking. Part of the tour was the College of the Ozarks which was super interesting. It's a private, 4-year, liberal arts college where the students don't pay any tuition and graduate after 4 years, debt free. They must work 15 hours per week and a 40 hour week each semester in one of the many work stations throughout the school. The students do pretty much ...
... 66, and drove for several miles along that famous highway. 2 more states added to our list.
We finally got back to Branson in time to hit the Legends in Concert show at Dick Clark's American Bandstand Theater. On stage were Johnny Cash, Celine Dion, The Blues Brothers, The Temptations and Elvis! It was a really good show and the performers were terrific (except for Celine, who had a good voice but did a really bad job of impersonation).
We left Nashville early this morning headed toward Branson. It was a beautiful sunny day, perfect for a drive. We drove north thru Tennessee and took a left just over the Kentucky border. The corn fields stretched on for miles and miles. We crossed the Mississippi into Illinois and then crossed it again into Missouri. The landscape gradually changed to rolling hills covered with trees as far as you could see. No ...
... stage. He had the look, the mannerisms, the moves, the voice and the stage presence. I could have watched an entire show of just Elvis and not complained one bit. He was great and we all enjoyed him a great deal!
After the show we ventured back to the Branson traffic and went back to our hotel. We had been going non stop all day and wanted the grandparents to have a rest. We were still full from our great lunch at McFarlain's ...
... br> average of 520 dozed rolls per day totaling 2,246,400 per year
in 21 months they have baked enough rolls to reach 300 miles - that's the distance of St. Louis to Memphis
just last year they served 107,250 servings of jelly
21,600 44oz cans of sorghum molasses
4766,136 cupe of coffee
40,392 gallons of tea
61,200 lbs of okra
40,800 lbs of white ...