A week in Branson,Missouri
Have you ever wanted to visit Branson?
I thought it was for old people … I was wrong. In fact, if you are older … you will not have fun on the hilly terrain. It is geared for the “whole” family. I am going to keep the commentary short and share my photos of our trip to Missouri.
One of the ways to keep Miss Precious connected to us as we leave for a week or longer is to buy a stuffed animal on the trip, take pictures of it in various poses, and send them to her. By the time we get home she already feels as though she knows them and has an instant friend. This trip she wanted us to take Olivia and Leo to find a new friend. One, no big deal … but 3 in public? The looks we got! LOL
Mr Man and I were so excited to see a bit more spring … i.e.. less snow 😉
All pictures of Ty were for Miss Precious …
Opening Act at Dixie Stampede
Dixie Stampede/Dolly Parton’s Venue
We watched an awesome show while we ate. This is a must see if you are in the area.
(no photos allowed during the show)
I had to take a picture of this newspaper article and send it home to my daughter.
I could not believe that I left home and headed South 700 miles to find MORE snow!!!
Cold weather … hmmm, what to do … what to do?
Ty wants me to shop! I concur 🙂
The Coach store? Oh, ok, I will see if I can find anything that speaks to me.
A new coach purse and Black Walnut ice cream. Does it get any better than this??? Hard to beat this combo!
(Because it is virtually impossible to find original Black Walnut ice cream in Minnesota, My. Absolute. Favorite. EVER. I had it almost every day we were there.)
Do you see the flags blowing? Cold people … COLD!
Every town needs a Ginormous Chicken … Right?
The sun came out and we needed to exercise after all that Black Walnut ice-cream.
Observation deck, six flights up … good thing I am not afraid of heights!
The views were spectacular!!!
My first time ever in a wax museum!
BEST. SHOW. EVER?
The show was the most amazing play I have ever seen. Definitely a must see!!!
(No photography allowed during the play)
Some walking and window shopping along the river.
A fun group of 6 brothers called “Six”.
Am I boring you all yet? I am almost finished. I promise!
I have to include some photos I took on the road trip home …
And as we get closet to Minnesota, we start to see snow …
The last picture that I sent to Miss Precious … all three of her “friends” reading a story in the Reading nook that I made for her.
Sent this picture with a message, “Reading a goodnight story and excited to see you tomorrow on Easter.”
I hope this finds you all having a great day!