It's a lazy day and I'm a wee bit tired from the weekend. Did you have a good one?
Today, I'm going to share a few photos from our trip to Branson. I won't bore you with all the places we saw as I've shown many of them in previous posts.
We only saw a bit of fall
color in the trees here and
there on our trip around the middle of October.
One of our favorite must-sees while in Branson is Silver Dollar City. We made it in time for the Harvest Festival this year. The park was beautifully decorated for the fall season.
There's the Big Guy watching a craftsman making furniture. See the pretty bookcase to the right? You can take one home with you for only $599.00. We didn't. :)
Speaking of the hubby, second from the left, our son often refers to him as The Big Guy. I think I'll start referring to him in my posts as BG instead of Hubby. It's quicker to type and I'm lazy that way. BG's the shortest male at 6' 2" in his family as his dad was 6' 4" and his brother is 6' 3". One of his uncles always called him "Shorts".
Okay, getting back on track....
It's fun to watch these talented craftsmen and women all over the park. I didn't get a photo, but the ones I most enjoy watching are the artists who paint.
I don't remember the name of this group, but they were very good. There is never any shortage of good music in the park. We also stopped by the Picker's and listened to them. They are a favorite of ours.
Looking up, I found a little color in the trees that was
beginning to appear in the hills of Branson and SDC.
This photo sort of sums up why I love SDC so much. I love that the park is in such a wooded area. I also love old things. It just makes me feel like I've stepped back in time. And, yes, I love the music and the food, too!
Here's some of that wonderful food that is to be found around every corner in the park! Oh, the smells wafting through the air!! Yum, yum!
We watched the fire show on the Landing while waiting for our table. You can't tell it by this photo, but there was quite a crowd at TL&C and we had a bit of a wait. Another day, we were back at the Landing where I left BG at the Bass Pro shop and I did a bit of shopping. Of course, Dick's 5&10 and a flea market downtown were visited again this trip.
We had fun and the weather was perfect for our trip. The water tower was my last snap through the window for this trip as we eased on down 76 to our turn for home.
Until next time...