Queen Anne House
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... trip will be about 12 miles (usually on a raft trip you go about 2 miles an hour but we went a bit faster because of the current)
We start at Kyle's Landing and go to the next put in/take out which is Erby, about 5 miles down river.
But, before we get there, we find a nice gravel bar to stop for lunch. The views along this part of the river are really pretty, with tall bluffs reaching towards the sky.
We had thought the weather was to be a bit ...
... things where done and made in years go by. We end up spending more time here than expected but was interesting to see all the arts and crafts.
Our last stop is Blanchard Springs Caverns. We get there in time for the last tour of the day.
... 8221; fame was shot a few yards behind the Parthenon Store on July 4, 1888, by a U.S. Marshal for a killing in Missouri. It is rumored that Baldknobber Gold is buried in the hills surrounding Parthenon. You might be able to even find some of the famed Baldknobber Gold!
Trail: Located in a valley enclosed by a rugged bluff line, the natural bridge spans over 130 feet.
The 1.1 mile loop ...
... definitely worth it when you see the huge Cobb Cave area (actually a giant bluff shelter) and Eden Falls.
With the rocks being so wet and slippery, didn't attempt to maneuver over them to get into the cave area; didn't bring a flashlight either.
Even the rain didn't diminish the beauty of this place.
... delicious for breakfast.
Bread basket has "nibblers" of the different breads--so good.
Philly cheesesteak on asaigo cheese bread, fantastic;
chicken salad sandwich on woodstock bread and potato bacon soup, very good.
Couldn't resist their homemade desserts--good chocolate gnash cake; hard to believe they were out of bread pudding.
Poured rain ...