Anyone here ever been to Branson?

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    You stay at the motels and hotels or a bed and breakfast. First time I went there was 1972 and now I live an hour away.
    It's crowded and you will wait in line for a long time on certain days.
     
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    Several amusement parks lots of shows performed live and several retired stars are there operating. The lake is an attraction also.
     
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    Joplin is almost two hours away from Branson.
     
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    They exist no longer.
     
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    That is because they are so old. The Arbuckle mountains in Okiehoma are the oldest mountains in the US.
     
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    What is there to see in Missouri?

    If I want to see something, I'll board the 9:00 p.m. at Dullas and arrive in London at 8:00 a.m. British time.
     
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    There is lots of land to see in Missouri, the Mississippi river is the biggest thing for Mizzouri...
     
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    I bet there is a lot of great places to do metal detecting in Missouri for old coins and treasures.
     
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    It's so crowded now you could look for old bottle tops on the beaches.
     
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    I found half a musket once, back home in the Blue Ridge mountains. And a bunch of arrow heads. And there's gold all over the place, just have to bring hip waders and know where to look for it.
     
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