Executive Inn of Mountain Home
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... the pioneer days. The local running the area tells us of the historty of the area. It was a well know Moonshine area and also a great place for outlaws to hide. He also suggests a few places to stop on our way to Buffalo Point.
So off we head to Ozark Folk Centre in Mountain View. This is a local centre to show ...
... we had to watch the Spurs for a while, but the men folk talked me into playing (trying to play) bridge with them. Roger & I were partners & Jim & JC played as teammates. The guys were super patient & worked very hard to try to teach me. Roger & I "made a rubber." Of course it had nothing to do with anything I did.
We drove to Bull Shoals to have a fantastic dinner at the 178 Club. Afterwards we stopped at the ...
... cranberry/feta cheese spinach salad. All of that would have been sufficient, but Shane grilled steaks & salmon for us too. Add to that a medley of fresh vegetables & grilled new potatoes. But wait... You can't have a meal like that without dessert! Shane served us angel food cake topped with lemon curds, whipped cream & strawberries .
I have no idea how we managed to push ourselves away from the table ...
... the cool breeze coming off the 50 degree river.
On our way out of OK we saw lots of wind farms. We passed a plant that makes wind turbines.
At a truck stop we saw a complete wind turbine on trucks headed for assembly and installation.
Beautiful turquoise-colored lake created by the dam.
Got quite a kick out of a town named Fifty Six.
Burger not that great; Philly cheesesteak, very good; sweet potato fries not that great.