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Being married to a teacher.....

 
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Old 05-31-2006, 05:15 PM
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Sound advise even if you wife is not a teacher.

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Yes it is! I'm actually taking her to The Ozarks next week. I'll see if I can find her a day spa or something.
I don't remember being a PITA to my teachers when summer got near but I probably was. She comes home from work those last two weeks of school ready to pull her hair out. Since, I have never been a teacher, it's hard for me to realize how rowdy the kids actually get. Since school's been out, things around here have gotten much, for lack of a better word, nicer [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Old 05-31-2006, 06:22 PM
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Are you going Branson Mo
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As a matter of fact, Redbone, that is exactly where I'm going. Leaving Saturday the 3rd, driving straight through, and staying for about 5 days. Are you near there? Do you have any lodging suggestions (something nice but not $200 a night nice)?
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Old 05-31-2006, 09:23 PM
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Might as well stop by El Reno on your way!!!
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Was planning on doing just that on the way back home. How far off the beaten path is your shop?

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Get a map of Branson when you get there. If the main strip is stop and go, use the side streets. For lodging do a search on the net for the best deals. One thing I would say you would like would be go to Springfield, MO and vist Bass Pro Shop. You will like it. Silver Dollar City is nice, Fantastic Caverns in Springfield, Need to do a search for Branson Springfield area for things to do around the area. Just remember this is Missouri, the HUMIDITY can be at times a real witch around here. Have Fun
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We're just about 1/2 mile north of I-40 @ exit 125. Should be right on the way!!
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