Shady Oaks Resort and Outdoor Outfitters
Travel Blogs from Bull Shoals
... things where done and made in years go by. We end up spending more time here than expected but was interesting to see all the arts and crafts.
Our last stop is Blanchard Springs Caverns. We get there in time for the last tour of the day.
... 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. ...
... that we had set the alarm, our movements set off the alarm & I have never heard such an ear slitting noise. All 5 of us were running around like Keystone cops trying to figure out what to do. Unbeknownst to us, the owner was able to disable it remotely. He sent Roger a text saying, " No problem--there is a $500 deactivation fee." Roger doesn't know if he's serious or not. Good night ...
The river fluctuates depending on electric generation. All 8 generators and the river will be up 8 to 10 feet. Just 3 to 4 generators and it will be up only 5 feet. The good news is generation usually starts close to lunch. So get out early and get your fishing in before lunch. Then sit back ...
... Crossing Sign.
Peacocks fanning out frequently. Even a pure white one, which we've never seen before.
Nature trail through the woods; not enough time to walk this.