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... this cave for the last 42 years. He had done a lot of the discovery and exploration of the newer sections.. His stories were great, Instead of the typical historical and geological stories told by most guides, he was able to tell us about his escapades in the discovery and exploration he had done over these years. This is a flooded cave, with pools of standing water at the lowest part. There is also a 2.5 hour Wild Cave Tour ...
... thunder could be heard in the distance. So we donned our trusty rainsuits, again. It wasn't bad though, just a few minutes of off and on sprinkles as we made our way the remaining 50 or so miles to Eureka Springs.
Eureka Springs is a very unique town. We really haven't figured it all out yet, but there are a LOT of B&B's, Lodges, Cabins, and even Treehouses, so there must be some reason why people come here. The center of ...
... that haunt it are from all the different period. A student, a Nurse, a small boy, a builder from when it was originally built just to name a few.
We had lunch at a interesting place, Mud Street Cafe. This was originally part of the town until a mud slide cover up most of the street. All that remains now is the cafe that is well below street level. After lunch we continued our exploring. Returning to camp before ...
Branson is a small tourist oriented town in Missouri just above the Arkansas border. Branson is a whole town dedicated to putting on high class musical theatre and music tribute shows. You could go to a different show every night for 3 weeks - if you had the time. Choose the shows that interest you but don't miss "Sight and Sound". A private company dedicated ...
Visiting our friends Dionne, Andy and Squirt has been the highlight of our trip. We headed south out of St. Louis on the I-44 before getting off and exploring some rural routes in the Ozarks.
The rain was persistent and visibility was limited but the drive was still beautiful.
As we got closer the GPS took us off the rural route and onto some smaller roads. I ...