We also did a trip to the new Branson Landing. Well, I had never seen it! It was full of shops but I really wanted to see the river and it blocks the river view when driving though town. On My, how it has changed in twenty years, so much growth. I guess it is OK if you want to spend money but I was just looking for memories. I did fall for a toothpick tin that had a fair and carnival theme. I just love ferris wheels!
Here is a photo of the river with the water fountains that dance to music at night but we did not stay to see the light and water show. Maybe another time!
I also ask to turn around and go back when we passed Uncle Matt's Cabin at " The Shepard of the Hills"The Shepard of the Hills I just wanted to go get a photo of it but if anyone knows me I ended up wandering around a lot longer than my Mom wanted to wait in the car. My husband followed me and was back in the car and they kept calling me on the phone, " Where am I and how much longer?" I started picking up my souvenirs, rocks, stones, hickory and walnuts on the ground and leaves from the trees. The REAL souvenir's form Uncle Matt's Cabin.
Hvmboldt Place". Her home was built in 1902 by Paul Nicholas in Springfield, Mo. In fact, I met Ms. Gilmore while she was adding items to her booth in a consigment shop on Trafficway, there are several flea markets on this road off of National Street. Here is a photo of the one I found in Reed Springs, Mo at the playground.
I also went to see my grandmother's old home on Harrison Street, it looked like it was getting repairs, but I spent many fun times on this porch. I remember when I got my knee stuck in the porch railing and she used grease to unstick me.
The dogs, Emma and Bailey also rode with us on the day outing and they did real well. As long as they are with us, they are happy!