Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery

You never know who you are going to meet in a day! One day this past week the weather was too cool for swimming so we decided to take a visit to the Shepherd of the Hills fish hatchery here in Branson. Caleb’s friend, Kergin, was with us. This fun activity is FREE! They have a small museum which features turtles, lizards, snakes etc. Don’t miss the two headed snake that is very much alive!... read more

Strawberry Picking :)

Two photos in this post. Yep, I am going back through some photos on my phone, realizing how lackadaisical I have been in my blog posting! Until this year, it has been several years since we last went strawberry picking. Due to the weather, this was not a good season. The day we went up to High’s Berry Farm, the picking was slim but between Hannah, Caleb and myself we managed to get about 25lbs.... read more

First outdoor swim of the season

Someone who had been staying here at Treasure Lake gave us their pink flamingo to use when they left. What a blessing! It has a small puncture but stays up long enough for us to enjoy each time we go to the pool. This picture was taken Memorial Weekend when we were still a little on the white side! Now we are definitely looking more tanned đŸ™‚ Today feels like a truly lazy day of summer. Nobody was that... read more

The Gaetz Tractor Museum, College of the Ozarks

6 photos in this post  Having to go down to the Post Office located on the grounds of the College of the Ozarks to get some passports renewed, we decided to also enjoy the gorgeous day and visit some of the FREE attractions available on the campus. Our first stop was the Gaetz Tractor Museum. Naturally there are vintage tractors to view! ***** That however is not all! What do you think of this two-headed... read more

Deja Vu

Sunday is our moving day here at Treasure Lake. Our routine on a moving Sunday morning is eat breakfast, cook lunch, put 4 of the 5 slides in and then head to church. (We always clean the day before.) When we return home from church we go seek out our new spot for the next 3 weeks, come back to the camper, eat lunch and get the last bits done along with putting the last slide in. All sounds simple, right?... read more

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