1929 Hotel Seville
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... br> We then took highway 392 to 206 to Highway 7 to Pruitt..... we got there at 10:30am
We loaded up gear then drove highway 7 to Highway 43 to entrance to Kyles landing for the put in. This is a rough, steep, dirt road down to this put in. There is also a campground with nice shady spots. No RV-- tents only. There are nice flush toilets but no showers.
Getting the raft ready: We make sure the tubes are full of air. We carry a special hand pump ...
... 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 ...
... decided King's Bluff and went counterclockwise on the 2.1-mile loop.
Very narrow path not well maintained, nearly overtaken by weeds and bushes hanging over the trail.
Nice Bluff views of forested mountains and valley; not much of a waterfall. Took the road path back to the parking lot (path to left of sign). Talked with man that did both loops; he liked Pedestal Rocks one better. ...
... in Ponca take the keys to your vehicle and drive the vehicle to the take out point. Giving our keys to a stranger--not happening.
Elk Education Center
Information about the elk that were brought back to the Buffalo National River area.
Great displays as well as bird feeders.
Benches on porch to watch ...
... Wider sites are needed; stepping out of the rv right on a hill was difficult.
Visitor Center for brochures, self-guiding map of historic downtown, which isn't much.
Neighbor's Mill Bakery & Cafe
great breads milled and baked here. Loaf of Sour Cream Pecan ...