Even though sometimes, I thrive on the vibe of urban culture, nature is my home and where I feel most at peace. City life is thrilling end exciting. There's nothing quite like the exhilaration you feel walking into....Click Here to Read More
Sioux-speaking tribes, such as the Osage, were the Indigenous people of the Ozarks. After the Trail of Tears, many Cherokees settled into our mountainous region., with Scottish and German settlers coming much later. Our traditions, religion and folklore are....Click Here to Read More
The Forgotten Foothills of the Ozarks
I still remember, like it was yesterday, when Intersate 49 was opened to traffic in 1999. Before The Bobby Hopper Tunnell, anyone coming from had to make the long tedious trek through the hills and hollers, twist and curves of Highway 71 or Highway 59 to make the journey north. It's no secret that interstates and major highways have made life and travel easier for many, especially for those....Click Here to Read More
Somewhere, Over the River is your all inclusive guide into the Forgotten Foothills of the Ozarks.