October 8, 2017
DOGWOOD IN THE FALL
Fall comes and leaves so quickly that if I don't make a conscious effort to get out and enjoy it I get caught off guard and the next thing I know we're clearing snow off the driveway.
The early indicator of Fall is the local high school band out on a crisp morning for practice. I never get tired of listening to that. But nothing quite says Fall like the Ozarks.
One of our new favorite destination spots is the Dogwood Canyon, southwest of Branson, Missouri. A nature preserve with an emphasis on preserving the natural environment.
Pictured to the right is the walkway that spans the Little Indian Creek and serves as the artifact exhibit between the Grist Mill and the Canyon Grill restaurant.
I'm looking to retool this site and the underlying software used in its creation. If I miss a couple of weeks, you will know what's happening (and quite possibly out enjoying Fall).
“The true way to live is to enjoy every moment as it passes, and surely it is in the everyday things around us that the beauty of life lies.”
― Laura Ingalls Wilder, Laura Ingalls Wilder,
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