On the drive up there we stopped at a place called The Chuck Wagon for some lunch. The waitress told us they were known for their hand breaded chicken and the fried green beans. It was amazing southern comfort food that left us feeling good.... and 10 pounds heavier.
On Saturday night we took advantage of the 'picnic basket meal' Big Cedar offers. They bring you a basket full of all the fixins' for a fabulous three course meal to cook and enjoy in your own cabin. Our favorite meal of the trip, for sure.
While Isaac grilled the steaks, I got to read. I'm in the middle of the newest Newbery award winning book, Moon Over Manifest.
We also did a little outlet shopping, went to see "Arkansas' Natural Bridge" where we picked up some fun gifts for the kiddos, and ate at some of the great restaurants at Big Cedar.
I got this cool Indian head dress for less than 5 bucks, and the little purse and a top for Charlie for next to nothing at this random Natural Bridge place on the way to Branson.