I did take off with Brenda on Friday for Lebanon to check out a new shop called Tattered Treasures. We found some treasures and loved the shop. From there we headed up the highway to Fox and Hound Antiques located between Camdenton and Lake of the Ozarks. They were having fall open house. I was so relieved to find quite a bit of vintage Christmas. We loaded down the car and headed to our favorite eatery in Camdenton. On the Rise seems to always be packed but it is well worth a little wait. Had a great lunch.
Brenda had to hold on with both hands coming home. Between the wind and the 18-wheelers, it was quite a drive. I was so glad she had driven since by then I was coughing my head off and had eaten about 100 cough drops. What a great traveling companion I was. She just kept using the antibacterial soap. I think that must be the trick because Brenda is never sick.
Loved this old harvest table. They had lots of primitives which I love.
This was an old bldg. at Fox and Hound. It was definitely looking fallish at the lake but it doesn't get the wonderful fall colors that Springfield down to Branson gets. They have lots of oaks, walnut, and cedar trees.