DrFumblefinger explores downtown Branson, the oldest and most historic part of the city, with lots of shops and places to eat.
What does one do with an old well-worn pickup truck? Here's one solution from Branson.
DrFumblefinger visits the Sight and Sound theater in Branson, Missouri.
A practical mid-western observation, spotted in Branson, Missouri
Gumbo was visiting a popular water attraction near Branson, Missouri, namely Table Rock Lake and its visitor center.
DrFumblefinger enjoyed some beautiful sunsets during his stay in Branson.
Samantha shares a few of the beautiful flowers she saw while exploring the Missouri Botanical Gardens in St. Louis
DrFumblefinger visits the collection of war memorials at Patriot's Park in Branson's College of the Ozarks.
Along with her husband, Samantha and her fur family had a great time exploring and running around Ellen Clark Sculpture Park in St. Louis, Mo.
Samantha and family had a wonderful visit to the Saint Louis Science Center on her last visit to MO. Read more about this wonderful museum on her post.
DrFumblefinger is very impressed with a wonderful meal at the Keeter Center at Branson's College of the Ozarks. The Keeter Center is staffed almost exclusively by college students.
Looking for a fun and free thing to do while in Kansas City? Samantha suggests the Hallmark Visitor's Center. It is fun for the whole family.
DrFumblefinger visits the beautiful campus of the College of the Ozarks, and is impressed by the place and the students who work and study here.
DrFumblefinger concludes his visit to the Celebrity Car Museum in Branson with more photos and stories of unusual cars.
DrFumblefinger shares some of his favorite vehicles from the Celebrity Car Museum in Branson (the first of two posts)