Tag Archives: missouri travel

Enjoy True Nature in Missouri

Ever feel like you’re living in a vacuum? Or a fishbowl? Or fighting your way through a mob scene in a horror movie? Let me tell you, I can relate. Been there and done that. But those feelings are easy to overcome. How? The answer is simple, inexpensive and no appointment is necessary: get out and commune with nature. Missouri ... Read More »

I pick, you pick, we all pick at you-pick farms

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Peer pressure, it really is a good thing, at least at my age! My friends, who have kids, kept going on and on about this great little you-pick farm in Jamestown, Mo., and how I just had to take my son. I admit it, I gave into the peer pressure and took him, completely unsure of what I was getting ... Read More »

Chocolate and Wine Girlfriend Getaway

It is almost time for Chocolate season! February 20-21 is the annual Wine and Chocolate Trail in Hermann. This, I believe, is my fifth year of partaking in the chocolate feast. Six of us load up into my friend’s van and head down the road to Hermann. We almost always have started at Robller because it is the farthest away ... Read More »

Girlfriend Getaways in Missouri

Girlfriend getaways. For those that take them, this means you are now thinking of all the fun times you and your friends have had and thinking you need to start planning the next one. If your group of girlfriends is like mine, you are always looking for new ideas and things to do. Missouri has so many choices, even for ... Read More »

Who is on your fav list of Famous Missourians?

What makes one famous? To be included in that category, the dictionary indicates you must be celebrated, famed, far-famed, illustrious, notable, noted, renowned (widely known and esteemed), “a famous actor”; “a celebrated musician”; “a famed scientist”; “an illustrious judge”; “a notable historian”; or “a renowned painter.” Celebrity culture has become so important to so many over the last decade that ... Read More »

Onion Ring Tour

I was so excited for us to get our blog up and running because I wanted to share with travelers my familiarization tour of Highway 36 that turned into an onion ring tour. New to my job with the Missouri Division of Tourism, I was very excited to take some travel writers on a familiarization tour of Missouri Highway 36 ... Read More »