Days Inn Mountain Grove
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... home..... I have sold out of 90% of my material things and downsized to a very practical level of belongings. A family from Minnesota has taken a liking to the Ozarks where they can run the river, ride horses and the many trails and enjoy a nicer winter. I wish them all the blessings God has to give them. The freedom my heart feels right now is indescribable. 10,000 lbs. of weights lifted off my back....I can breath. I don't know that I really know HOW to do ...
... The State parks are really lovely to stay at and quite reasonably priced.
Day 56. Monday 20
Today we walked around the town of Arrow Rock which is a very small town that time has passed by. It is on the Santa Fe trail and the first place that the travellers westward had to cross a major river, the Mighty Missouri.
Or the Misery as our gps/navigator insists on calling it. We now call our navigator, Missy. You ...
... Blue Eye - NOT Blue Eyes, but Blue Eye. It only had a population of 132, and I'm sure there's a story around the name.
The Branson Scenic Railroad was great, a 1950's diesel locomotive and some passenger and observation cars. They took us on a 40 mile round trip at the blazing speed of 25 mph. There were actually 2 tunnels cut through rock, one about a half-mile long and the other about a mile and a half. The ride ended about ...
... to endure all that lives, breathes, and happens on the little lines on that map. Most of it has been wondrously amazing and filled with a spirit that transcends miles above what I could ever accomplish. The lines on that beloved map are also getting just a bit shorter every day. Just a bit shorter, but I'm doing my best.
What carries me is the notion that I may in some way be helping people. That notion ...
... Ron and I could barely carry it up to the car!
We feast on the cheese, salami and crackers from Osceola and some red wine. It's been a great trip: great weather and lots of fish.
One great thing about this resort is they clean and filet the fish for you. Tomorrow we head home with 82 pounds of trout! If you like trout, you'll be getting an invitation to dinner.