Sky-Vue Lodge Bed and Breakfast
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... the hours pass. Luckily I recognized where I was in Oklahoma and was able to go to A free campground I had worked at earlier this year. Just before the sunset and the threat of rain moved in. The next day the roads and whether made for a much more enjoyable time. I even rode a scenic by way that rode the a range called the winding stair case. But afterwards I made a 75 mile mistake of a turn, and was back to being exhausted. The drive ended a farmhouse ...
Our first trip together at DDSP for David's birthday. It was in the 20-30's with a light dusting if snow. We racked in over 20 miles of hiking, camped the one of the park cabins and enjoyed the cabin's wood burning fireplace. The air was crisp and the scenery was superb. Can't wait to go ...
Located in the south west portion of the Ozark National forest is this great State Park. We arrived by descending an extremely steep winding road as the sun began falling below the mountains rising around us.
Immediately I loved the place. We arrived after hours and chose our campsite quickly. We ended up on the side of a dried up creek bed. While we cooked food and set up our ...
After a grueling overnight drive, we arrived at Devil's Den State Park around 5:30am. We grabbed a campsite right on the bank of Lee's Creek and quickly set up so we could grab a well deserved nap.
Not wanting to sleep the day away we regrouped and decided to join a ranger led, 1.5 mile loop hike of the main Devil's Den area. The hike was cool and well shaded under the dense trees that were just starting to bud for the spring, and ...
... of the performance respect is freely given, and without regret.
I had the tremendous honor of attending the Don Williams concert this week at the Alma Performing Arts Center, even though I almost missed my chance. The 1501 seat auditorium sold out by the performance date. I had pestered my mom for a month to get me tickets, somewhat like alittle kid when they want a new toy. Finally, to my delight, the day before the concert she came ...