Tag Archives: wineries

Flowing Waterways: Rivers and Streams in Missouri

A state where rivers run, Missouri is home to thousands of places to enjoy the water year-round. As you travel the state, you’ll discover each stream has its own idiosyncrasies. Fishing, boating, floating, swimming . . . all are here, in Missouri. Let us introduce some iconic waterways, plus just a few attractions along the way, to help you get …

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Missouri Wineries: Enjoy the Best

I like wine. I don’t love wine; I love my wife and kids – but I do appreciate good wine and spending a relaxing afternoon at a pleasant winery or two, with (as you might guess) my wife. No, I’m not a wino, just an aficionado. That said; let me point out some distinctive wineries in the central section of …

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Hermann Sites Embrace German Heritage

In the spring of 1838, steamboats carried German immigrants up the Missouri River to a hilly site, which eventually became the city of Hermann, as part of a massive migration that changed the face of Missouri forever. The immigrants were led by George Bayer, a schoolmaster and surveyor. Bayer laid out the town and assigned lots on 11,300 acres; the …

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MO Winter Fun

Despite the cold and bitterness of winter, Missouri has enjoyable winter events. From wine trails to college sports, winter in Missouri offers a great opportunity for fun and great memories. Below are some activities to help heat up your winter. Wineries: Stone Hill– Attention: Brides and grooms to be, take family and friends on Stone Hill’s Wedding trail this Saturday, …

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Ideas for State Employees to Enjoy the Truman Holiday Weekend

A three-day weekend is the perfect opportunity to take time to see Missouri. There are many fun events to attend this weekend, along with great new attractions around the state. Or, you may choose to take this opportunity to explore some place you have never been but always said you would like to see. Here are just a few ideas …

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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 …

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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 …

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