Executive Pennyrile Inn
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... We took advantage of the full kitchen and made dinner in our room.
Wednesday we spent most of the day by the pools. The cabana by the larger pool had a great lunch. Jesse took advantage of the spa and got a massage this afternoon. We made dinner in our room again.
Thursday was another day at the pools! Brody became very brave and Jesse taught him how to swim to the bottom to pickup toys. Another family ...
We arrived at Pennyrile State Park on Friday. It is a beautiful park with a lodge, restaurant, golf course and,of course, a campground built on a small lake. Things looked good until we pulled into our camping spot. It was situated on the side of a hill. The back of the motorhome was uphill and the front faced down. Our jacks ...
... in the church's youth center. We spent the night planning our next day and playing some Jenga. Off to bed after that...we were wiped out! The next morning was a bit of a slow start, but our lethargic preparations were well worth it. Just as we were heading out, Violet came searching for us in hopes that we hadn't left. She invited us upstairs for some lemonade ...
... and no guard rail. The temperature here was as high as 106 and humid. The fire at home is still spreading and evacuation is voluntary, Both dogs have been evacuated.
Saturday - My sense of direction is the pits. I would probably still be driving around in Branson if I had not stopped for directions. I spent the whole day going the wrong way - at ...
... was that day.
We arrived at Uncle L and Aunt V's place and Uncle L backed up the trailer down into his yard. He lives on a very narrow farm road with deep ditches on either side - the kind where it becomes one way traffic when they are moving farm equipment on it. His driveway slopes down steeply and goes across a narrow culvert. I was glad he was there as I wasn't sure I could get it into his yard without a lot of effort.
Uncle L said ...