The Resort At Port Arrowhead
Travel Blogs from Lake Ozark
Blake's brother is a Marine stationed at Fort Leonard Wood Missouri. We were able to see him for the day and relax by the Lake a little. It is an amazing lake. It is huge and has numerous different stretches that reach out from it like a web. Very nice ...
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... was the place to head to if you wanted to go west back in the 1800’s. Many wars such as the Mexican war used the Oregon Trail as one of the trade routes to get supplies to the troops. Also, the first railroad west was added to Independence City using a steam boat landing.
nickname “Magic Dragon”. Before we
arrived, we discussed renting a boat and spending a few hours exploring but
Wendell said I’d have to take my cell phone and let the “blue ball” on our
Google Maps guide us home or we’d never find our way back.
As it turned out, the weather was not going to be
conducive to boating. Hurricane Isaac,
... chickens, we shoot it." Guess she's not a horse person.
We camped in the city park at Hermann, which was pretty but also pretty damn noisy since it was next to a highway that likes trucks. Another kind of not sleeping nighttime situation. There was also a dead armadillo in the stream below our tent; but at least it died quietly and we'd never seen an armadillo in real life before, so that's something.
Today we rode 22 miles ...