Ozark sojourn

Technically, fall is still about two weeks away but we have experienced a decidedly fall-like day today, with temperatures in the 70s and a light breeze. Yesterday we had a sweltering day in the 90s with more than 80% humidity. That is, until the evening rainstorm brought temps down by 20 degrees. We were thankful that this area didn’t seem to have the huge amounts of rain and high winds we saw in St. Robert, where we had gone to shop and of course, eat dinner out. If we’d had that kind of wind here, we would have had to move tree limbs off the road to get home.

This evening we took a ride in Herkimer, the Polaris Ranger 500 we use as a utility vehicle.

Ike rode along as we checked on the cabins and watched the deer jump the fence just down the driveway. Occasionally we see several wild turkeys but I guess they were somewhere else this evening.

I wanted to let you see that not all of the people who come to Rock Eddy Bluff choose the simple lifestyle. I’ll get to the Tree House Suite in another post, but along the driveway you’ll find Turkey Ridge Cottage. It is a spacious yet cozy place for a couple, family or group of friends. There are three bedrooms with queen beds and an open living area. It has a full kitchen, heat and a/c, and a sound system. It is away from the other cabins and it has a fabulous view and outdoor fire pit.

About 2010liberty

Retirement agrees with us! After traveling in our 40' Silver Eagle bus conversion, whose name was Liberty, since 2010, it was time for a change. Now we spend the winter in Yuma, AZ and travel during the spring, summer and fall setting the Pace!
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1 Response to Ozark sojourn

  1. Sounds like you guys are enjoying the good life! Yeah!

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