Tag Archives: Spring

Savor Spring in Columbia

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Now that spring has finally arrived, it’s time to end your hibernation and check out Columbia! One of the best ways to celebrate is by enjoying the flavors our destination has to offer. Spend a couple days exploring Columbia’s clever cuisine…we’ll help with a few can’t-miss spots. To really soak up the season and the sun, head over to the ... Read More »

Discover Nature Through Flowering Spring Trees in Missouri

Eastern Redbud

According to Missouri Department of Conservation Forestry experts, if we start getting more normal weather, dogwoods and redbuds could bloom early this year. So plan an early spring outdoor adventure to see flowering trees. But all bets are off if the thermometer continues the yo-yo behavior we’ve had over the past month. Extremely cold weather can actually cause flowering trees ... Read More »

Tips for Spring Fishing at Lake of the Ozarks

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After being stuck inside from a long winter, spring fishing at Lake of the Ozarks is one of the best times to come down to the Lake and get on the water, especially after the never-ending winter we have experienced.  Spring time is the little glimmer of hope that warm weather is coming soon.  At the Lake of the Ozarks ... Read More »

Spring Capers in Cape Girardeau

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Cabin fever getting you down? Restless and need to get away? Make plans for a springtime getaway to Cape Girardeau. With excellent local shops found throughout Cape Girardeau, you’re sure to find treasures galore. Featuring local gift emporiums, home décor shops, specialty boutiques and a thriving antiquing district, Cape Girardeau is bursting with unique places to peruse; everyone will ask ... Read More »

Spring is Coming, You Must Believe

On the radio this morning, the weather report indicated we might get more snow accumulation. I’ve also heard that we will have another big snow storm at the end of March. I’m not really worried. It will melt and spring is around the corner. In Missouri, I look forward to the redbuds, dogwoods and the bright green of new leaves.  ... Read More »

Spring in the Step

Ok, so, after a few days on the couch watching the NCAA Tournament, who isn’t in the mood to play some hoops? I certainly was on Sunday and found a few like-minded souls. After nearly two hours of running, jumping and shooting (poorly, I might add), I was exhausted. Although my joints hurt and my legs were about as sturdy ... Read More »