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276 pages

100 Best Family Resorts in North America, 100 Quality Resorts with Leisure Activities for Children and Adults

Creator: Janet Tice, Jane Wilford | Travel - 2008-01-01

BIG CEDAR LODGE RESORT Ridgedale, ... Big Cedar, only a ten-minute drive from Branson but a true escape from the outside world, awaits your family. ln the 1920s, just after the railroad had opened this wilderness area, ...

Publisher: GPP Travel

About this book
From the Balsams in New Hampshire to the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego, this book details100 of the best--but not necessarily the most expensive--North American resorts for family vacations that both kids and adults will enjoy.



320 pages

Insiders' Guide to Branson and the Ozark Mountains

Creator: Fred Pfister | Travel - 2009-08-25

Table Rock Lake BIG CEDAR LODGE $$$ 612 Devil's Pool Rd., Ridgedale (417)335- 2777 www.big-cedar.com The Bass Pro Shops of resorts is the 305-acre Big Cedar Lodge, located just 10 miles south of Branson on MO 86.

Publisher: Insiders Guides

About this book
Twenty years of essential, in-depth travel and relocation information written by locals. Insiders' Guides are packed with information about places to stay, where to eat, the best shopping districts, fun things to do with the kids, recreation, day trips, education and childcare, relocation tips, retirement information and local history.



144 pages

Managing sustainable tourism, a legacy for the future

Creator: David L. Edgell | 2006

Big Cedar Lodge and its additions, Dogwood Canyon Nature Park and Top of the Rock golf course, included as the case ... Big Cedar Lodge is also a good example of coopetition in its partnership with the nearby popular destination of ...

Publisher: Routledge

About this book
Intelligently designed tourism strategies for the twenty-first century! Successful tourism development and marketing are dependent on maintaining a delicate balance between economic growth and the protection of environments. Managing Sustainable Tourism: A Legacy for the Future tackles the tough issues of tourism such as negative environmental impact and cultural degradation, and provides answers that don't sacrifice positive economic growth. This essential book offers practical plans for fostering harmonious relationships among local communities, the private sector, not-for-profit organizations, academic institutions, and governments at all levels as well as develops management practices and philosophies that protect natural, built, and cultural environments while reinforcing positive and orderly economic growth. Managing Sustainable Tourism discusses in-depth the sensible guidelines for protecting environment, heritage sites, and local culture while developing realistic tourism goals for compatible economic growth. Useful strategies for sustainable tourism are detailed for each tourism type, along with useful tried-and-true marketing techniques aimed at cooperation and respect for all types of environments. Case studies, research, and supplemental reading lists clearly illustrate ideas and the author's qualified suggestions. Managing Sustainable Tourism explores: the future of the tourism industry understanding sustainable tourism the economics of community growth through tourism marketing the sustainable tourism product nature tourism heritage tourism cultural tourism rural tourism practical guidelines for sustainable tourism a workable global sustainable tourism initiative Managing Sustainable Tourism is an ideal resource for educators, students, developers, entrepreneurs, investors, tourism strategists, planners, policymakers, and anyone interested in sustainable tourism for the new millennium.


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Big Cedar Lodge - Home - Branson Missouri Resorts | Big ...
Just 10 miles south of Branson, Missouri, Big Cedar is a popular vacation paradise. The cozy and spacious accommodations at this Table Rock Lake resort include cabins ...

Big Cedar Lodge - Bass Pro Shops
Embrace the rustic elegance of a by-gone era at Big Cedar Lodge, a remote haven of natural beauty and contemporary luxury in the beautiful Ozark Mountains of Missouri.

Big Cedar Lodge: A Wilderness Luxury Resort in Branson, MO
Big Cedar Lodge, a Bass Pro Shops property located in the hills of the Ozark Mountains, offers a one-of-a-kind Ozark experience. At this luxury resort located just 10 ...

Dining - Branson Missouri Resorts | Big Cedar | Branson ...
Just 10 miles south of Branson, Missouri, Big Cedar is a popular vacation paradise. The cozy and spacious accommodations at this Table Rock Lake resort include cabins ...

Big Cedar Lodge - Ridgedale, MO | Yelp
40 Reviews of Big Cedar Lodge "After having so much fun at Big Cedar Lodge last year, my wife and I decided to return for three nights again this summer. Rather than ...


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    Devil's Pool: A history of Big Cedar Lodge

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  • William Morrow Cookbooks

    Death by Chocolate Cakes: An Astonishing Array of Chocolate Enchantments

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    Rating (40 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
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    Chocophiles Invited...

    0 5/5 Gisele M. Colson (Woonsocket, RI United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Death by Chocolate Cakes: An Astonishing Array of Chocolate Enchantments (Hardcover) Chocophiles! Come to the party! You will be anything but disenchanted. Marcel Desaulniers has produced yet another collection of ambrosial recipes in Death by Chocolate Cakes. Whether you just want to savor the recipes in your armchair (please, no!) or attempt the delectable creations yourself, you will no doubt suffer serious pleasure. The directions are well written - I suggest reading through them once before attempting the devilish desserts - and most all of the recipes can be produced in an ordinary kitchen. The pictures that accompany the recipes are most helpful and I especially like the "chef's touch" which my own chocophile mind would have been dashed not to find. Give Chocolate Temptress to your date and he'll be your chocolate prisoner...I gave the Warm Dark Chocolate Fudge Sauce to my husband (served on brownies): suffice it to say, the spell worked! This book is a delight. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 18, 2000

    Another chocolate classic from Marcel Desaulniers

    Marcel Desaulniers has a feverish brain, and the fever has been induced by chocolate. In "Death by Chocolate Cakes," he provides recipes for mind-blowing chocolate experiences from Chocolate Peanut Butter Some More (Please) Cakes and Chocolate Chip Goober Gobble Cupcakes to Chocolate Peanut Root Beer Rumble to Cocoa Skillet Cake with Tequila Sunshine Salsa. The range of his imagination is breathtaking, and we should count ourselves lucky that the reach of his culinary prowess is just as broad. These recipes are wonderful!Those who like to wing it in the kitchen may chafe a little under Desaulniers' firm touch--the recipes are nothing if not detailed, but that's because Desaulniers has the experience and expertise to tell you exactly how to do it. If you follow his directions, you can plan on spending a little longer in the kitchen than usual--but you can also bank on the fact that your family and friends will be first amazed, then delighted that you prepared anything from... 5/5 Catherine S. Vodrey (East Liverpool, Ohio United States) - See all my reviews, August 20, 2002

    A Chocolate Lover's Delight

    0 5/5 Jeannine Finn (Chicago, Illinois) - See all my reviews This review is from: Death by Chocolate Cakes: An Astonishing Array of Chocolate Enchantments (Hardcover) It's delightful to enter Marcel's world of "chocolate enchantments"!! The recipes are not for the weak of heart when it comes to rich and chocolaty. Chocolate Heart of Darkness Cakes and Excessively Expressive Espresso Fantasy (pictured on the cover)are sure to satisfy even a non-chocophile. One of the features that I have come to enjoy in Marcel's books is his "Chef's Touch". He did not disappoint in Cakes. His Chef's Touch at the end of each recipe is filled with practical technical information, tips for beverage accompaniment, and wonderful vignettes. From his witty introduction to mouth watering recipes and practical advice on technique and equipment,and to the Chef's Touch, this book truly is a chocolate lover's delight and a good read! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 15, 2000
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  • Howard Books

    The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty

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  • Twelve

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    Rating (363 reviews):
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    Titans of History

    As a rule, biographies don't arouse my interest, and anything labeled a "memoir" is not likely to be at the top of my reading list--or anywhere else on it for that matter. In the case of TRUE COMPASS, however, I'm thankful to have made an exception. This particular memoir held my interest for a variety of reasons:As one who came of age politically during the presidential administration of JFK, I recognize most of the names and the events that populate Senator Kennedy's narrative. Any reader of age 50 or more who paid any attention at all to the world in which he or she was growing up will recall the radio bulletins, the TV newscasts, and the newspaper headlines of the past fifty years as events unfold in this book. We can relate to much that is here on a very personal level.The narrative takes us beyond the surface news that we recall, giving us an insider's view. Kennedy opens the stage door for us and lets us see a fair amount of the backstage action... 5/5 WILLIAM H FULLER (SPEARFISH, SD USA) - See all my reviews, December 18, 2009

    "the greatest lesson anyone can learn"

    Senator Edward M. Kennedy's deeply moving memoir is the story of how the youngest most underrated of the nine children born to Joseph P. Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, through great perserverence, through a long and difficult journey found real purpose carrying out the course his brothers had set.An avid sailor, Kennedy said sailing helped him, "displace the emptiness inside me with the awareness of direction" and so it could be also said that the direction his brothers left him also helped displace the void left by their deaths. He not only picked up where they left off in politics but he took on the role of father-figure to all of their children too.While there are hundreds of books about the Kennedys, this is the only definitive inside account from a member of the family, evoking high expectations for candor and revelation into the inner lives of this family like no other.While this book is exquisite in its detail - a testament to Ted... 5/5 G. LoPorto (Concord, MA USA) - See all my reviews, September 14, 2009

    All Memoirs Are How Their Authors Want to be Remembered

    As a Massachusetts resident, Ted and the rest of the Kennedy's have been a part of fabric of the Boston since before this reviewer arrived here nearly 50 years ago. Naturally, I was anxious to see this memoir. Over the years our family has supported him but sometimes supported his competition as well. We had supported his nephew Joe Kennedy and attended the latter's birthday parties at the Hyannis Cape Cod Compound where Uncle Ted was always in attendance. My kids have strolled the famous sandy dune paths with some of the Kennedy brood and chased their dogs around the circus-sized tents set up by the Kennedy's for their many social and political events. Our family will never forget the "Blues Brothers Production" the Kennedy family acted out at one of these rallies and sing-alongs for political supporters. They are like a troop of uninhibited traveling performers. My Mother-in-law practically swooned when she met Senator Kennedy and commented on how much he resembled the picture she... 5/5 James R. Holland "Author, Photographer, Photo... (Boston, MA) - See all my reviews, September 14, 2009
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  • Nickelodeon

    All Grown Up - All Grown Up... And Loving It

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    Rating (3 reviews):
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    all grown up dvd is great

    0 5/5 Doreen Maxwell - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: All Grown Up - All Grown Up... And Loving It (DVD) you have done well providing movies on dvd that I enjoy. I would love it if you had As told by Ginger videos also like the All Grown up series. Season 1 or a main episode with bonus ones. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 23, 2013

    REVIEW ON AGU SERIES

    All Grown Up is A series that are a bite of the popular RugRats series.Tommy,Chuckie,Phil,Lil,Kimi,Angellica and Susie are all 12/13 year old kids attending high school.It all started on the previous episode of RugRats when The babies and Angelica are playing with a Karioki machine That mysteriously sends them looking at their Future selves,In other words "Time-Travel"(I Think) but Nickolodien decided to expand that episode into a series(Remember though the Rugrats ARE NOT really teens they are just visualising it,also not knowing this).Tommy who is still the "leader" has hair,no longer has his trademark screwdriver or making issues with misunderstood words(Like they think that Chuckies is going to be eaten by one of Grandpa pickles friends who says she can just "eat" chuck cause he is so cute or when Chaz says he is "broke" out of money when That teenage girl who looks like one of Angelicas Cynthia dolls start doodleing around not working,Tommy and the team think that he is going to... 4/5 joyce lonero - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: All Grown Up - All Grown Up... And Loving It (DVD) my kids love this movie 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 5, 2005

    Five Stars

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  • Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

    The Mark: The Beast Rules the World (Left Behind #8)

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    Rating (399 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
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    Should Christian fiction be held to a higher standard?

    I've enjoyed these books and yet I have one REAL BIG problem with them so far. Everyone knows that when you read fiction you have to be prepared to suspend disbelief and tell yourself: "Okay, it's just a book. Everything doesn't have to make sense."That's fine to a point.But the LEFT BEHIND series is about events described in the Bible, and it seems to me should be held to a little bit higher standard. I don't expect perfection: the Bible is perfect, everything else is just a book. But I do expect a Christian novel to be thought out well enough by the author(s) that it's not shot full of holes by anyone with a high school education.I have struggled with this since I read the first book in the series, but have not wanted to criticize the books when there was nothing better on the subject out there to recommend. Well, now I've found something, THE CHRIST CLONE TRILOGY by James BeauSeigneur. BeauSeigneur has done so much to insure credibility and... 4/5 Dan Kaye (Clearwater, FL) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Mark: The Beast Rules the World (Left Behind #8) (Hardcover) I've enjoyed these books and yet I have one REAL BIG problem with them so far. Everyone knows that when you read fiction you have to be prepared to suspend disbelief and tell yourself: "Okay, it's just a book. Everything doesn't have to make sense."That's fine to a point.But the LEFT BEHIND series is about events described in the Bible, and it seems to me should be held to a little bit higher standard. I don't expect perfection: the Bible is perfect, everything else is just a book. But I do expect a Christian novel to be thought out well enough by the author(s) that it's not shot full of holes by anyone with a high school education.I have struggled with this since I read the first book in the series, but have not wanted to criticize the books when there was nothing better on the subject out there to recommend. Well, now I've found something, THE CHRIST CLONE TRILOGY by James BeauSeigneur. BeauSeigneur has done so much to insure credibility and... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 12, 2001

    The Final Comparison

    Okay--I had to give it two stars..because although it's written on a 5th grade level (and thats being generous), with 2 dimensional characters, unbelievably naiive plot line, totally ludicrous scenarios and 375 average pages of "filler"--guess what? we're still reading it...so I figure the marketing alone ought to be worth at least a star-- even if we read it for no other reason that to reassure ourselves that if they can do it...maybe we CAN give up our day jobs :-)I've read all three, The Left Behind series, The Christ Clone Trilogy, and We All Fall Down. The winner: The Christ Clone triology. We All Fall Down (Cauldwell) I actually found offensive. Can the guy write a page without using four letter words?? He does EXACTLY what Left Behind does---only on the other end of the scale. Very disappointing, and started with such a very promising premise. The Christ Clone Trilogy however, is really quite an enjoyable read. An Antichrist that you can see folks... 2/5 R. Dallimore - See all my reviews, January 10, 2001

    Stop the Left Behind train - I want to get off!

    My disappointment with "The Mark" began as I was standing in the checkout line to buy this much awaited, much anticipated book. Leafing through it I noticed that while it was the same size and PRICE, the print was bigger and the lines were almost double spaced. Hmmmmm. Kinda stretching this one, eh boys? Then there was the actual story line. I'd previously described these books to a friend as "the worst written books I've ever loved." No one has ever debated whether or not they're great literature, because they aren't. But they've been engrossing and exciting, and they give you lots to think about. And, up until book 8, I felt they were right-on regarding scripture. Unfortunately, for the purpose of being able to keep up their covert operations within the palace of the beast, they've created a character that has both the mark of Christ AND the mark of the beast. That is a very dangerous and utterly anti-scriptural idea to plant in people's heads. I can't by into... 1/5 Deborah - See all my reviews This review is from: The Mark: The Beast Rules the World (Left Behind #8) (Hardcover) My disappointment with "The Mark" began as I was standing in the checkout line to buy this much awaited, much anticipated book. Leafing through it I noticed that while it was the same size and PRICE, the print was bigger and the lines were almost double spaced. Hmmmmm. Kinda stretching this one, eh boys? Then there was the actual story line. I'd previously described these books to a friend as "the worst written books I've ever loved." No one has ever debated whether or not they're great literature, because they aren't. But they've been engrossing and exciting, and they give you lots to think about. And, up until book 8, I felt they were right-on regarding scripture. Unfortunately, for the purpose of being able to keep up their covert operations within the palace of the beast, they've created a character that has both the mark of Christ AND the mark of the beast. That is a very dangerous and utterly anti-scriptural idea to plant in people's heads. I can't by into... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 4, 2001
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  • Bass Pro Shops Holiday $50 Gift Card

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    A perfect gift for your favorite outdoor enthusiast for any occasion.
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  • Bass Pro Shops $50 Gift Card - In a Gift Box

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    In addition the gift card can be redeemed at Big Cedar Lodge and Islamorada Fish Company.
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    Gift Cards can be redeemed for online purchases, catalog orders, and purchases made at Bass Pro Shops retail stores.


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