~Sunrise at Branson~
First thing BG does when we arrive at the condo is unpack his ashtray and put it out on the deck. ha! Since we weren't having visitors this trip, we opted to rent a one bedroom condo. It was very nicely decorated in an outdoorsy theme and we loved it.
The second thing
I thought you might like seeing more of the condo. Here is the dining area and kitchen, the bedrooms are all on the right. They lock up one bedroom and bath to rent it as a one-bedroom condo. This condo is a bit smaller than the one we usually stay in, but plenty big enough for us. There is a washer and dryer behind the folding doors in the kitchen.
Not a very good shot, but we enjoyed watching the full Hunter's Moon coming up over the lake.
This was a hazy shot, but you might see a bit of color in the trees. I'm afraid the color won't be that great because it has been very dry in Branson this year, so many trees have already turned brown. The lake levels are way low.
We have season passes for SDC so we parked in the preferred parking area. We still had a good walk up to the gate where we boarded a small bus to take us to the entrance.
Mums greet us as we get off the bus...the park is beautifully decorated for fall. Mums, pumpkins, sunflowers, fall wreaths and scarecrows galore!
This fall festival had many craftsmen showing off their skills in addition to the usual ones that are at the park during the year.
We always take time to stop and listen to the Homestead Pickers. They are very talented, most of them can play several different instruments.
I spotted this sign on the wall when I stopped in at Sullivan's Mill for a loaf of their yummy cinnamon bread. It made me laugh!
Some beautiful fall leaves at the park. It was a very nice, warm day!
We had a great time in Branson even though we didn't venture too far from the condo most days. The drive home Monday was a challenge. It was a pretty day, but the wind was blowing so hard!! We were thankful to get home safely from another wonderful stay in Branson. More memories to relive on those long, dreary winter days that will be here before long.
See you soon!