Showing posts from December, 2011

December 29, 2011

There are lots of great events going on here at Lake of the Ozarks for New Year's Eve.   Come enjoy our unseasonably warm weather and beautiful unobstructed lake views.   Stay with us this weekend and receive a free bottle of champagne at check in!

December 28, 2011

Have you made your New Year's Eve plans yet? It's going to be 60 degrees here at the Lake of the Ozarks on Saturday why not take a trip and enjoy the warm weather. Come stay with us and receive a free bottle of champaigne at check in.

December 21, 2011

Did you know that the chopping down of the Christmas tree represents the death of Christ and putting it back up again represents the resurrection of Christ. Did you know that the wreaths we hang are never ending circles, that represents eternity? Candy canes were made to look like shepherd hooks and the colors red , Jesus' blood, white, purity. The gifts, represents the 3 gifts the wise men brought for Jesus. So when you are running around trying to get the "perfect gift", stop yourself take a deep breath and remember we have been given The Perfect Gift, Jesus Christ was given to us! HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you, Jesus!

December 20, 2011

Well it doesn't look like we're going to have a white Christmas. But at least it will be warm enough for the kids to get out and play with their new toys that Santa is bringing them! Everyone enjoy this weather while it lasts, get out and take in the beautiful Christmas lights and do something kind for a stranger.

December 13, 2011

Rain, rain go away!  Well I guess at least it's not snowing and the temperature isn't too bad at all.  Get out and try to enjoy the last unseasonably warm days of 2011.  Try the enchanted village of lights in Laurie or go watch the lake area community orchestra perform tonight at 7PM.

Snow flurries

Everyone watch for snow flurries tonight but tomorrow we're headed for sunny skies and 36 degrees. It's going to be a great weekend for doing some more Christmas shopping or to visit the enchanted village of lights in Laurie, I've heard it's great!