Sunday, October 17, 2010

Bruce and Margie.

We were deeply saddened to learn of the tragic death of Bruce and Margie, fellow full time RV’rs who were killed by someone’s senseless act. We had not had the pleasure of meeting personally but were acquainted through blogging. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Bruce and Margie’s family.

Today was travel day for us as well as Mike and Leslie. Our destination, Treasure Lake Resort in Branson, Missouri. John told Mike and Leslie that we would stop for lunch at Lambert’s Cafe in Ozark, Missouri so they could experience the thrown rolls. LOL We arrived at Lambert’s at 11:00 a.m. and there were lots of people already waiting. Our wait was only 35 minutes….not too bad.


Front view of Lambert’s cafe.


Mike and Leslie. (sorry for the blurry picture….I guess I moved when taking it)


Here is the roll guy about to throw one. I guess that is why the picture is a little blurry. Oops….I cut the guys head off in the picture.


Here is John’s plate. Look at that pork steak. Yum Yum.


This is my plate. Grilled chicken, carrots and potatoes with no gravy. I am trying to be good.


This is Mike’s plate. Don’t those chicken and dumplings look good?


This is Leslie’s plate. Great tasting meatloaf.

Of course there is no way Leslie and I could eat all of the meat that was on our plates. We had to get a “to go” container. LOL

Shortly after lunch we arrived at Treasure Lake Resort and got settled in. We all rested this afternoon for a while before heading out to drive around Branson. During our ride we stopped in at Andy’s Frozen Custards. It was just too good to pass up. Everyone ordered something different.

We returned to the campground and ended the night by playing two rounds of 10 Penny. Mike won the first round and John the second. I just can’t catch a break. I was at the bottom of the scoreboard on both rounds. Oh well, I will get them next time. LOL

Laugh everyday. Happy trails. Stay safe.


  1. Years ago when the Owner was still alive and it was smaller it was a much better.just a really neat place of fun & chaos combined with really good food, since they went to the big building and expanded the number of restaurants. It just has lost something in my eyes. But I have taken a lot of bus loads of people there so they must enjoy it.Be safe out there. Sam & Donna

  2. Den and I have driven through Sikeston, Mo. a gazillion times, but never stopped. By the looks of those plates of food, you could almost split a dinner!!! Thanks for the tour...Be safe!!