A SATURDAY IN THE OZARKS
A few weeks ago, my kids and I made our annual two hour trip to the Spinners (Bob & BJ). Why do my kids love going to the Spinner's Farm so much? Could be that it's on the CURRENT RIVER, close to BLUE SPRINGS. Could be the fact that you cross the creek several times over the course of their 10 mile driveway that is "supposedly" a county road. Or it could just be that it is one of the most fabulous places in the Ozarks. Thanks Bob and BJ for sharing your place with everyone!
THE ROAD TO SPINNER'S FARM ---- THIS IS THE BEST SECTION OF IT. DON'T PLAN ON DRIVING A CAR, AS SOME SECTIONS ARE MORE LIKE A LOGGING ROAD (NOT TO MENTION STEEP)!
HERE IS ONE OF THE MANY LOW-WATER CROSSINGS ON BLAIR'S CREEK. YOU CAN SEE OUR TRUCK IN THE BACKGROUND.
THE SPINNER'S DRIVEWAY. ON THE RIGHT IS THE CHICKEN COOP; ON THE LEFT IS A TEN FOOT TALL WALL OF STRING BEANS THAT SURROUNDS ONE SIDE OF THEIR MASSIVE GARDEN. SWORD FIGHTS ARE ALWAYS A FAVORITE PASTIME AT THE SPINNERS (Malachi Schierling & Christian Clingman battling it out).
BOB AND BUZZ PLAYING BLUEGRASS MUSIC IN FRONT OF THE HOUSE. IF BOB WERE TO MOVE BACKWARDS ABOUT TEN FEET, HE WOULD DROP OFF A SIX FOOT BLUFF INTO BLAIR'S CREEK.
BLAIR'S CREEK CLOSE TO THE SPINNER HOME.
THE BARN --- WHERE THE BIG SQUARE DANCE WAS HELD THAT EVENING.
DANIEL HAUMACHER & LT. COMMANDER JACK HINES (RETIRED COMBAT HELICOPTER PILOT) WITH THEIR RIFLES.
TARGET PRACTICING ALONG BLAIR'S CREEK.