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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Annette's 50th Birthday in Branson

Annette's Birthday Dinner was really good, having been in the crock pot all day, just for her: Roast Beef, Potatoes and Carrots, even a little wine!


Allison brought party hats along with the Happy Birthday banner... !


Excellent cake - ice cream and strawberries as well...


... and gifts, from her wish list...


Larry looks a bit like an Ozarks "Baldknobber!" - check link, if you don't know what means... it has nothing to do with amount of hair, by the way!  ;-)

They had arrived at the Branson Airport in the afternoon on a Frontier flight from Denver (and SLC). Our first flight into Branson (opened May 2009 - only privately financed airport in the country!) only about 15 minutes from the cabin!


Inside, looking to the left.... car rental, baggage claim... nice "Dogwood Canyon" decor!


Looking to the right... ticketing, security...


Ticketing area...


Security...


Straight ahead, is where the passengers arrive. Curious choice, but really works nice.


Arrival. Mom hugging Annette, Larry looking on. Other folks waiting, as well...


It was a very good day... not even quite as hot as it has been!  ;-)

1 comment:

Barbara said...

What a nice airport, enjoyed those photos. Also, your daughter looks too young to be 50!