When we traveled to Arkansas, we took Highway 65. It isn't the quickest way, but it's scenic. When we first set out on a road trip, we are all about "scenic", and not at all worried about speed of getting someplace. Once we set our faces toward home, however, we are usually road-weary. There's just something about "heading home" that makes you want to get there as fast as possible. So we took Highway 13 on our return trip; that highway has been updated and modernized so that we can really cook, as Cliff says.
On the road toward home, I got a little hungry, and said to Cliff, "Hey, let's stop at that cheese place and eat some samples!"
There's always a crowd here because so many people use Highway 13 as a destination to various lakes: Truman, Pomme De Terre, Lake Taneycomo, Table Rock, and all the Branson area. There are countless flavors of cheese; my personal flavor this time was cool ranch. All you do is grab a toothpick and help yourself to bite-size pieces of cheese. Believe me, you can fill your belly with cheese at this place just hitting the hundreds of samples. No, we did not make a purchase. I wanted to, but my grocery envelope is looking pretty lean.
I'll try not to wait too long to tell you about those pictures you are curious about.