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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Branson with the In-Law's!

Two days after we returned from Red River, we were back on the road again to Branson, Missouri to spend 4th of July weekend with Aaron's family. His parents rented a cabin right outside of Branson, next to Big Cedar Lodge. It was the perfect little cabin....complete with jacuzzi tubs, a hot tub on the deck, sand volleyball, basketball, golfing, fishing, and so much more. We had a blast just hanging out, shopping, and relaxing. It was a great weekend!

The three brothers and I went golfing on Friday morning. We played Scrambles. Aaron and I played terrible, just like we did at the family reunion. We are more "for fun" golfers and we're A-OKAY with that.
 The baby bro.
 The big bro.
 Pretend like I'm not Casper the friendly ghost ;)
 I loved that they put up festive flags on their greens. 
 The brosef's
Me and the hubs

Friday night we watched fireworks at Big Cedar Lodge. It was a huge show and so many people were there.

Waiting on the show to start.

Saturday morning we got up at the crack of dawn and took Aaron's brother's boat out fishing. 
 They each caught a few fish.

Saturday afternoon was spent shopping at Tanger Outlet....I love that place. Saturday evening we grilled out on the back deck and hung out at the cabin.

Sunday afternoon we went to Top of the Rock for the most amazing Sunday brunch. It was seriously a feast. It was super fancy, had some amazing views, and we were able to enjoy our brunch on our own little private balcony with some pretty great weather. They have a ridiculously nice golf course, wine tasting, museum, multiple restaurants, a cave tour, etc. It just recently opened up. It is definitely worth seeing. If you're in the Branson area, I highly recommend you go and try the Sunday brunch. 

 The practice range on the golf course. Have you ever seen so many sand pits? Yeah, right. 
 They also have this gorgeous wedding chapel. The back is all windows overlooking the cliff. Beautiful.
 My favorite picture of Aaron's family.

A huge thanks to Aaron's mom and dad for such a great weekend! We love you guys.

Stay tuned for another recap of a super fun weekend getaway with our favorite couples and a really exciting announcement...EEKKK!!!!

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