Not knowing what this condo would look like, we cautiously opened the door and this is what I saw. And snapped as soon as I put down my cold drink. Then I told BG not to bring in any of our stuff until I snapped a few shots. He just shook his head. Wouldn't you think that he would know by now that bloggers just have to get these shots? :)
This shot shows the color of the main area of the condo better than the first photo. I just fell in love with this color. It almost made me want to go home and paint over the red walls in my kitchen. Almost.
Above are a couple more views of the condo and the deck. I loved the terra cotta color in the master bathroom, too. The other bathroom was done in a nice soft shade of what I would call eggplant. The master bedroom was done in a light tan and the other bedroom was a nice shade of green. The large sofa had a pull-out bed. The only complaint I heard was that they missed the recliners that were in the other condo.
We very much enjoyed this beautiful and relaxing condo and the only thing we had to bring with us was food and our clothes. We had ordered a turkey dinner and stopped to pick it up and some groceries before heading to the condo. Our son had work in Branson on Wednesday, and after he arrived we went to the Landing to eat dinner the first evening and the next day we just had to heat the turkey and other food.
We didn't get away from the condo very much this trip. Our children both work very hard and it is a time for them to relax. We had lots of food, we played card games, went to Silver Dollar City one day, and to downtown and to the Landing a couple of evenings. More about that in another post.
Is there anyone who doesn't know who this guy is? Ha! While relaxing and playing cards, we also watched some TV. Duck Dynasty was playing almost continuously one day. I haven't watched many of the shows, so this was a lot of fun. We love Phil!
I'll have more to come from our Branson trip in a day or two, I've saved the best for last!
Until next time...