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... Tom) quacking. Part of the tour was the College of the Ozarks which was super interesting. It's a private, 4-year, liberal arts college where the students don't pay any tuition and graduate after 4 years, debt free. They must work 15 hours per week and a 40 hour week each semester in one of the many work stations throughout the school. The students do pretty much ...
... Precious Moments statues and fountains. The Chapel itself was wonderful, filled with spectacular stained glass windows and hand painted murals on the walls and ceiling. The moment we walked into the Chapel, the beauty of it brought tears to my eyes, of course Tom laughed at me and said he'd wait for me outside. I did the tour and loved every minute of it. As we left the grounds, I realized that we were only about 18 miles from the border of Oklahoma ...
We left Nashville early this morning headed toward Branson. It was a beautiful sunny day, perfect for a drive. We drove north thru Tennessee and took a left just over the Kentucky border. The corn fields stretched on for miles and miles. We crossed the Mississippi into Illinois and then crossed it again into Missouri. The landscape gradually changed to rolling hills covered with trees as far as you could see. No ...
... we headed off to see the statue of Christ of the Ozarks, pretty huge. After that we drove looking for the once famous shoe tree that Rich had thrown his old trainers into back in 1995. We knew it had been hit by lightening but had heard that there were others trees in the area. We drove and ended up crossing the dam wall, spectacular views and still no tree. So we decided to head back to the house when all of a sudden pulled over, thinking ...
... in Rogers so that we could follow them out to their lake house. At the last minute we decided that we would go in their cars. Rich with Andy and the girls, me with Susanne and the boys with Kelso and Vivianne. When we got to the lake we were pleased we did as the last part of the drive is. 4.2miles on a gravel road. We had to cross 3 streams as well. Andy took Rich and I on a tour of his property, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed