Tag Archives: Missouri

Branson 101

Branson: how to get here, where to stay and what to do.

Are you a Branson-newbie? A lot of people we talk to have a Branson vacation on their “bucket list,” but often, they don’t know where to start or how to explain this crazy and unique destination to their friends and family. Here’s a quick overview of all the essentials you need to know. 1.)    Where is Branson and how do ... Read More »

Next Time You Go Camping, Take a Picture

The-Dyrt-Start-Discovering

The next time you go camping, take a picture. Take a lot, actually – they could prove useful to fellow campers. The Dyrt will be the first campground app and website built from user-generated content, showing campsites from a ground-level view. A simple version of The Dyrt website launched in June, and users are encouraged to send in “documentation” of ... Read More »

Weird, Wacky and Wonderful Adventures in Hannibal

Barron Aviation

“Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities. Truth isn’t.” – Mark Twain Mark Twain was so right. And we love it. Your adventures in Hannibal might not always be weird, wacky and wonderful, but then again they could be. You could be in the office, and a week later be meeting ... Read More »

PictureMO Winners Focus on Water

Morning Fog

The votes are in and yet again we have found many talented camera-savvy Missourians who have submitted their masterpieces to PictureMO. This time around Missouri resident shutterbugs were inspired by scenes featuring bodies of water. What is PictureMO, you ask? The PictureMO Flickr photo group began in early 2013 as a way to show off the photography geniuses of Missouri ... Read More »

Patio Season in Columbia

Bleu Patio

When spring rolls around, I get excited about being able to hear the hostess at my local restaurants say “Would you like to sit inside or outside?” That means it is patio season once again! Nothing is more relaxing to me than sitting on a patio and enjoying the weather and great friends, and of course, a wonderful meal! Being ... Read More »

Five Fun 5Ks in North Missouri

2009 Hannibal Cannibal 10K and 5K Run/Walk, Hannibal

Hundreds and thousands of people running 3.1 miles may not sound like a fun activity to you. Yet, many people enjoy the activity and pay to be in organized races, relays or fun runs. I am one of them. The purpose of the fun run is to raise money for a worthy cause, the free T-shirt is a just a ... Read More »

Missouri Wines Pair Well with Summer Adventures

winerys people

Alive! That is the best description of grape vines during the summer. The grapes are beginning to change color from green to deep purple and golden hues, taking on the characteristics that will be used to make delicious, award-winning wines. What sounds better than a summer stroll through a beautifully vibrant vineyard? After seeing where the grapes come from, the ... Read More »

Summer Fun in St. Joseph

There is so much to see and do in St. Joesph this summer, from NFL training camps to water parks on hot summer days, you are sure to find something the whole family with love

Visitors to St. Joseph find there is a lot to see and do, all at family friendly prices. Whatever your interests this summer, we’ve got you covered here. So, in no particular order, here are some of our visitor’s top-rated activities. Experience Real History in St. Joseph With 13 museums you can definitely find something interesting to do during the ... Read More »

Everyday Objects on a Giant Scale Make Playful Art

Shuttlecocks by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje Van Bruggen- Photo by Mark McDonald.

If the aluminum giant struggling to emerge from the ground in St. Louis County ever makes it out, he can play badminton on the lawn of a museum in Kansas City, and have the turtles in a St. Louis park for pets. Both Turtle Playground by Bob Cassilly and Shuttlecocks by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art take things ... Read More »

New Experiences in Downtown Jefferson City

Jefferson City might just surprise you.

Living in a place your whole life can either be a great thing, meaning you know everything there is to know, or a bad thing because your view on the area is jaded by only knowing what you were taught. Having always lived in the Jefferson City area, I thought I knew it all, including where the best places to ... Read More »