American Inn Ozark
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... She's my dream. Big, quiet terminal, lots of windows. Great place to spend a couple peaceful hours. (I promise we will have more interesting posts as we get further from home) We're having lunch and practicing French. My wonderful wife is practicing hello and goodbye so I hear this,"Bon journee por ...
... guns, called Comin’ thru the Rye. They also had several showcases of past outfits they had worn in their shows. These included straight suits, western wear, and 60’s outfits with bell bottoms and lots of embroidery.
After the show we drove around the Branson Landing area trying to find some fountains that were supposed to be lighted and change patterns with different music. We never did find them – we think they were done for the night by the time we got ...
... flexible poles – 15 of them. Both Peg and I had seen this type of act, as the juggler reminded us, by a juggler on the Ed Sullivan Show (for the younger generation that was a TV variety show back in the 60’s). Tonight’s juggler told us the Ed Sullivan juggler was his father.
We then went into the main arena where the show was performed along with dinner. They divide the auditorium into a north and south sides and encourage ...
... The bass had the lowest voice I ever heard, the other three were great, too. There were two other vocalists and a six-piece band. I only had to listen to two bad jokes. It was a good choice, picked fairly at random from a very long list of performances. Suffering somewhat from sensory overload just driving down the highway, I headed back to the ...
... and I honestly get frustrated at my own abilities to endure such obstacles. That is usually the moment when I have reluctantly learned to hope for help and then simply ask for it. Somehow... somehow... it always seems to present itself in one form or another. For that, I am truly grateful because as hard as I try, I could not do this alone.
Ten days to Texas. Ten days closer to Home...