The Last Resort
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We where up at 5am so we could see the sunrise at the overlook and it was worth it. We don't have far to drive only 100 miles but have a number of stops of the way so guess what it takes ALL DAY. We get into camp at 8pm.
First stop was Natural Bridge, a 100ft sandstone formation. The stone archway was used as a ...
... we had to watch the Spurs for a while, but the men folk talked me into playing (trying to play) bridge with them. Roger & I were partners & Jim & JC played as teammates. The guys were super patient & worked very hard to try to teach me. Roger & I "made a rubber." Of course it had nothing to do with anything I did.
We drove to Bull Shoals to have a fantastic dinner at the 178 Club. Afterwards we stopped at the ...
... 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 state park is good, lots of trees. The fishing near the dam is weak, but your campsite is right on the river. I saw no fish in 2 days of fishing. Only saw 2 small, less than 8 inch rainbows caught. If I fish it again, it will be from a boat. I think there are lots of fish in the river but you need a way to ...
... 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 ...
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