Well, I made a trip to Branson again. I plan on going again in another month. This trip was for World-Fest at Silver Dollar City. It’s a festival in which they bring a lot of people from other countries to sing, dance, and cook. It is pretty neat to see different cultures. My favorite was the Streichmusik Alder from Switzerland. They played Apline Folk Music. With yodeling and everything. The instrument they played was originally, and still used, as communication between farmers in the alps. It’s the Swiss Alp Horn. Shown with them in the picture below.
There was also Dearbhail Finnegan, a Harp player, and her husband that played flute and drum. I’m not really into harps, but she was pretty good at it.
Also watched a show with Kerry Christensen that played the Swiss Alp Horn, Austrian Zither, and Accordion. He was funny and could Yodel too.
It was a fun day at Silver Dollar City(SDC). I went on Sunday, and it was real busy. Every line to every ride was long. So I didn’t ride to much, I don’t usually ride that much anyway.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a trip to Branson without finding at least one geocache. When we left SDC, I wanted to find one that was real close. It was down the road from SDC. It was at a resort. It was Calm Waters Cache. This little guy was watching as I was searching for the cache.
I found three more caches that night. They were Peninsula, RC Cache – Branson, and White River Sentinel. At RC Cache – Branson, I met another cacher that had already found it when I drove up. There were also three Munzee’s here, so I scanned them. White River Sentinel was next to Branson Landing, which also had Munzee’s near it, so I scanned some there too. It was a good night of caching and Munzeeing, if that’s a word.
On our way out of town, I decided to stop for another one. It was easy to spot, from the road, but could be busy at times. I decided to get it while no one was around. It was HELICOPTER DOWNDRAFT. Yes, all the words were capitalized on the cache page.
I ate breakfast, and went home. I hope you enjoyed my travels. Thanks for visiting. More pictures can be found at My Flickr Page.