Tag Archives: Lake of the Ozarks

Mid-Missouri Quilt Shop Hop

When the alarm went off, I eagerly (for once) got out of bed.  I was still suffering from a horrible head cold, but that wasn’t gonna stop me.  I had to be in Jefferson City before 7 a.m. to board the bus for a trip to 11, yes count them, 11 quilt shops in one day. There were more than ... Read More »

So Much To Do …

Growing up, Mom always said summer was pretty much over after July 4. I hated that notion, but now understand what she’s talking about. The days of late July and August, though often punishingly hot, do move pretty fast. And while school is on the horizon, there are plenty of things to do in Missouri before the kids get back ... Read More »

Worth a return visit

Originally, I was going to be visiting the Southeast region of our lovely state this weekend. Hoping for a little bit of spring color, but alas, the weather is not cooperating. I started thinking about all the places I have taken photos in Missouri and how the weather interfered with my beautifully lighted, well composed and colorful photo intentions. What ... Read More »

Lucky No. 13

The weekend is almost here, and while it starts on a somewhat ominous sounding note – and one feared by those with triskaidekaphobia (don’t go to dictionary.com; it means fear of the number 13) – there’s no reason to sequester yourself indoors all weekend. Instead, get out and see the sights. There’s plenty to do in Missouri on a fall ... Read More »