Kimberling Oaks Resort
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... 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 ...
The show consisted of a variety of horse acts including roman riders, trick riders, a variation on barrel racing, buckboard races, a square dance on horseback; and a great finale of flags and lights that got very complicated when they had a power outage in the middle. A movie of Dolly, singing up on a giant screen disappeared. They stopped the show and, while unable to show the movie they were able to play the audio and the battery ...
... valley. Blue Spring was considered a holy place by Native Americans through the generations and it was a stopping place for the Cherokee passing through on the Trail of Tears. During the 1800's it was the site of mills. The spring is a mystery. For as long as anyone can track, it bubbles up 38 million gallons of water per day and is considered the source of the ...
Caught the 10:30 tram into Eureka Springs and headed to the Mud Street Expresso Café for breakfast – a comfortable little cellar with self-serve coffee, great omelets and garlic-infused grits. I spent the afternoon exploring Eureka Springs on three more of the walking tours. Each of the tours took me past Victorian ...
... trip here and also the local every-weekend car shows and country drives in their Kansas City region. The Historical Museum was informative – lots of pictures of Eureka Springs across the years. Over the years the town alternated between being a sleepy village and a booming destination for tourists. Today the only industry in town is tourism and they do make the ...