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... we needed another shift in perspective. We had to treat the next few days as a kind of training regime rather than a holiday - just grind out the miles to get through a bad patch. We can't go as far as "embracing" the rolling hills but we can tackle them slowly one at a time.
For a rest day it was surprisingly busy catching up ...
... haul our carcasses over long steep hills up to 13-18% gradient. It's my least favourite cycling. This is what the next 10 days' riding will be like.
Our destination Branson reminded me of Blackpool except of course it's 3 times as big and alongside all the tacky tourist attractions are mega-churches for 1,000 people. It's an incongruous juxtaposition. ...
Today we drove around Branson to see the town and many of the theaters.
In the afternoon, we bought tickets to the show "Red, HOT and Blue". It was songs through the 50's to 80's. In fact, we found out where Holly had been hiding on this trip....she was moonlighting on ...
... beginning to look ugly. We had severe hail and thunderstorms tonite. We also had them yesterday. Just what we need, our car in the parking lot and not in a garage!
Tomorrow is predicted to be cooler. We plan on some shows and museums tomorrow.
Branson is in the middle of the beautiful Ozark mountains; we camped at Table Rock State Park, one of the nicest parks we've stayed in so far. There is so much to see and do here that I usually only saw the folks at breakfast and later for dinner. The first day they did some sight seeing and later took a dinner cruise on the Branson Belle. Later in the week they took a tour on The Ducks. The Ducks are restored and stretched amphibians used in WW II. The Captain began ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking