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 ...
... pie called "Company's Comin'--baked meringue crust with pecans and crackers, filled with whipped cream and pineapple; also strawberry cobbler--both just ok.
After dinner sat and relaxed on the benches/rocking chairs of the long porch that hangs over the cliff enjoying the views. Lots of hummingbirds at the feeders all along the porch; love watching them hover. Butterflies in the ...
... the Buffalo River Outfitters. Be sure to follow the signs all the way to Camp Orr Boy Scout Camp--no signs on road for the falls.
Low Gap Café (Hwy-74)
Great porch overlooking the mountains; lots of cute canoe decorations.
Burger & fries, fantastic; chicken fettuccini, very good.
Hummingbird pie ...
... 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 ...