Tag Archives: Mark Twain Lake

No Boat, No Problem: Fun on Missouri Lakes

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If you ask pretty much anyone in Missouri what they like to do for fun in the summer, I guarantee “going to the lake” will be top five on their lists. With popular vacation spots such as Truman Lake, Lake of the Ozarks, Mark Twain Lake and Table Rock Lake, a wet and wild summer getaway is practically in your ... Read More »

Let’s Make a New Year’s Resolution We’ll Keep!

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“New Year’s Day–Now is the accepted time to make your regular annual good resolutions. Next week you can begin paving hell with them as usual. Yesterday, everybody smoked his last cigar, took his last drink, and swore his last oath. Today, we are a pious and exemplary community.” – Mark Twain I hate New Year’s Resolutions. Maybe it’s the focus ... Read More »

Celebrate Fall Along Missouri Highway 36

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Cool fall days are just around the corner. I hope you are getting ready to celebrate those by traveling through Northern Missouri! What? Not sure what to do? We have an eclectic mix of activities along Missouri’s Highway 36 sure to hold your interest through the next couple of months. Dozens of outstanding Americans were inspired in Missouri, and it ... Read More »

Make the Most of Your Missouri Fishing Trip

Here's a brown trout taken from Lake Taneycomo, near Branson.

“The fishing was good; it was the catching that was bad,” is a quote from famous author and fisherman, not necessarily in that order, A.K. Best. And every time I read this quote, I think to myself and laugh a little, because that must have been a day Mr. Best didn’t use a fishing guide. Missouri is blessed with an ... Read More »

Boudreaux Center Opening at Mark Twain Lake

The new M.W. Boudreaux Center, as seen from Mark Twain Lake.

The grand opening of the M. W. Boudreaux Visitor Center is scheduled for 10 a.m. Oct. 2.  The visitor center for Mark Twain Lake is located 12 miles south of Monroe City off Route J. The new visitor center will feature a multi-purpose community room, a covered outdoor classroom and a drive around the center that gives visitors views of ... 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 »