The Ozark Mountains are pure paradise for the outdoorsman. Old-growth forests, seeping springs, and high waterfalls ignite our passion. We want to go deeper here, to get dirty and bruised. Yet for many, exploring the heart of these mountains is nearly impossible. Pockmarked with massive cave systems and high rock bluffs, these hills hold secrets that most people will never see. Exploring the deepest parts of the Ozarks is an incredibly difficult and dangerous undertaking. Sinkholes, rockfa...
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We have had the pleasure of exploring some more of God’s wonderful creation while in the road. We spent three full days roaming around in the main sections of Yosemite National Park. We’ve gone from the Yosemite Valley & Village area, to Glacier Point (elevation 7200’), to driving Tioga Pass (elevation 9943’). Oh the views, & each area, special with its own unique beauty! This place has been on our list for a while now… Thankful we were able to see it this year!