"One of the best how-to-see-Branson books available. Visitors
, local residents, and all tour directors will find it a valuable source of information on what to see and do in Branson and the surrounding area." -- Tony Cracraft, Branson Area Tour Directors Assoc.
"This enchanting book goes beyond the expectations of a reader seeking a mere travel guide. It is lovingly written as one would write about one's own family members. The great detail concerning routes, travel tips, suggestions and insights of which only a local would be aware are frosted with an icing of warm descriptive passages and generously spiced with pictures that look like they have been donated from the family photo albums of all the original settlers of the area. "Even if one were not planning a trip to this area, one can enjoy this book on its own merits as a fascinating view of the history, people and geography of one of the orginal garden spots of the United States. It is a book you will thoroughly enjoy reading. But if you intend to travel in the area, you will find this an invaluable reference from which to plan your trip and to take with you as your personal guide." -- Barry Stier, Pres. Oceanco Ltd. Publisher of travel books, newspapers and magazines worldwide
"This outstanding guide could have been titled: How to See the Real Ozarks For Less Than $25 a Day. Complete with driving instructions, meal stops, interesting attractions and history, it has no equal. No visitor . . . wanting to know the stories behind local sites and traditions should be without it." -- S. Burkett Milner, Ph.D., CEO Ozark Mountain Tour and Travel
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