branson-missouri-tourism-attractions-atlanta-tours-attractant-test-best-dune-dweller article Posted August 31, 2018 11:18:46 A new video that has been made public shows a couple enjoying a dune-filled outdoor barbecue at an attraction in Branson, Missouri.
The video was posted to YouTube on Monday, but the post was taken down earlier Tuesday.
A photo from the video shows a man and woman, who appear to be friends, sitting in a picnic area at the Muddy Creek Dunes and Dune Safari Park in the Muddagoes.
The woman appears to be a young girl with a large smile and blonde hair.
She is smiling and smiling at the camera, and the man is looking at the video and holding a large dune.
“I am so happy to finally have a great outdoor experience at a wildlife park like this,” the woman says in the video.
The couple is seen sitting on the grass as the man appears to point a gun at the woman.
“This is our picnic area,” the man says in his video.
“We’ll be coming back later.”
The man is seen then taking the woman by the hand and saying: “You know, we can’t leave you like this.
A woman is shown with the gun pointing at the man, as he appears to reach for it. “
And then she says, “No, I can’t go back.
“A woman is shown with the gun pointing at the man, as he appears to reach for it.
“You can do what you want,” the video concludes. “
So this is my picnic area, and this is our place, right?” the man replies.
“You can do what you want,” the video concludes.
“No you can’t,” the camera says.
The Dune Dunes Safari Park is one of several amusement parks in Missouri that offer attractions that include a sand dune, a water slide, a ride, a slide and a ride-in-the-pool.
The attraction in the photo on the right was part of the Muffin Lake Dunes attraction in Muddago County, about 50 kilometres north of Branson.
The park was closed for several days after a worker accidentally shot himself in the arm while trying to get a duffle bag full of water from the pool.
The employee also had to be airlifted to hospital for treatment.
“It’s hard to describe what it’s like to be part of something like this, but to be able to share the joy and the excitement of being at the park,” said Branson-Missouri Tourism and Convention Director Greg McLean.
The photo was taken by a visitor from California.
A video posted on YouTube shows a Dune Mountain Dune ride.
Branson police said the man has been arrested on a charge of unlawful use of a weapon and an assault charge.
The case was reviewed by the Missouri Highway Patrol.
A spokeswoman for the Missouri Department of Natural Resources said the department would investigate.
The Muddaga River Dunes, which is operated by the National Parks Service, has been closed since the incident.