Ozark Mountain Resort
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... so we went there. It was really quite good. After lunch we went to the Imax to see a film called the Ozarks, Legacy and Legends. Both Peg and I had different expectations of the film. She expected it to be more of a historical narrative of the Ozarks; I had expected it to be more of a scenic panorama. It ended up being a narrative of a family’s stories through significant events in the Ozark. Nice show, but not what we expected.
After the Imax we toured around ...
... which she said were as good as the ones she makes.
They served the meals on these blue metal plates and saucers. They are the same kind as we have bowls in the camper so I wanted to get us some of the saucers. We checked at the memento store (sucker bait shop) next to the restaurant – no luck. I went back to the restaurant and asked if the waiter knew where I could buy some. He asked how many I wanted and went out back and brought me out 6 ...
... has won multiple architectural awards and is constructed of wood and 425 windows, over 6,000 square feet of glass. See photos at: http://www.thorncrown.com/photoga llery.html Further down Highway 62 and then several miles north lies the Blue Spring Heritage Center. The drive into the center was gorgeous as the road goes from the mountains quickly down into the ...
... of the rear bumper and I glanced in the mirror to see our sewer hose 2/3 out of the bumper and dragging, it is so damaged I am going to have to get a replacement.
The Rogers Museum was very nice. They had display on every aspect of his life from birth as an Indian (My ancestors did not come over on the Mayflower, they met it); his childhood learning to use the rope that became a prop in his act; his years as ...
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 ...