Bull Shoals Lake Resort
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... 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 ...
... pretty frosty & were happy to call it quits.
The four of us pulled out leftovers for lunch then sat down to watch a little TV but the guys fell asleep so I took that opportunity to cleaned myself up. The owner of the fishing outfitters dropped by & woke all the guys up. Who knows how long they would have slept if he hadn't stopped by. Since they were awake, Roger , JC & I took a 1.75 mile walk while Jim took his nap. ...
... amp; I took about a 2 mile walk while Melinda started her research on cars since she's in the market for a new one. We watched TV after Jim figured out how to turn it on, but it didn't take long for the cards to call out to them again. During their game, Shane, the chef we had used before, showed up & quietly began preparing dinner. He fixed "to die for" lettuce wraps & yummy flatbread for appetizers, followed by ...
... the cool breeze coming off the 50 degree river.
On our way out of OK we saw lots of wind farms. We passed a plant that makes wind turbines.
At a truck stop we saw a complete wind turbine on trucks headed for assembly and installation.
... areas. 20 people on this tour; lots of elementary-aged children. Loved the story about bat poop being used for mascara and for black powder in the revolutionary war--shot the British with bat poop--ha, ha.
Both tours are excellent--Dripstone for the intricate beauty; Discovery for the massive areas.
Some of the stories and explanations ...