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Lost Canoe Lake

If you drive south from the tiny town of Boulder Junction, Wisconsin, you will find Lost Canoe Lake back behind the trees. You have to stop and walk down some trails to experience the beauty of the lake. The Northwoods of Wisconsin are filled with thousands of lakes all surrounded by forests, a wonderful place […]

Chapel of the Ozarks

This very scenic area shows Chapel of Ozarks overlooking Table Rock Lake. This is part of an area called Top of the Rock which consists of this chapel, sculptures, restaurants, golf courses and even caves. This place is something to see! Top of the Rock is one of many creations of Johnny Morris, founder of […]

Scenic Mill

The Dogwood Canyon Mill is really the entrance to the Dogwood Canyon Nature Park. On the other side of the mill is miles of paths that wind their way around rushing streams and scenic waterfalls. This beautiful area is in Southwestern Missouri and offers a flat easy walk from Missouri to Southern Illinois.

Dogwood Canyon Mill

Dogwood Canyon Mill is at the the entrance of Dogwood Canyon Nature Park. Walk through the facility access the trail that takes you on a tour of one of Missouri’s most scenic nature parks.

Sunrise on North Bay

North Bay is a small, shallow body of water on the the northern tip of Door County, Wisconsin. The shallow water provides scenic texture to the beautiful scene looking out over Lake Michigan. This is a great area to watch sunrises and for kayaking.

Confluence

Sunflowers at Columbia Bottoms Conservation Area. This is at the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers.  The Conservation Department is managing Columbia Bottom to create a mosaic of bottomland habitats that includes shallow wetlands, bottomland hardwoods, prairie, and cropland. These habitats attract a wide variety of resident and migratory wildlife for the enjoyment of […]

Bond Falls After the Storm

Bond Falls is in the western U.P. on Bond Falls Rd, east of Pauding MI. This is the most impressive waterfall in Michigan with the possible exception of Tahquamenon Falls. The main drop is 40 feet high and 100+ feet wide. Above the main falls are a series of cascades and rapids that must drop a total […]

Sandy Creek Bridge

Sandy Creek Covered Bridge boasts the picture-perfect appearance of an old red barn. It was one of six bridges built in 1872 to allow passage from the Jefferson County seat of Hillsboro to St. Louis. John H. Morse built Sandy Creek Covered Bridge using the Howe-truss design, named for William Howe. Howe patented his design […]

Chaumette

Chaumette is one of Missouri’s many  wonderful wineries. They have a nice selection of their own wines in addition to a great kitchen serving lunch and dinners. Sit on their porch for an unending view of the Ozarks low rolling hills. If you do not want to drive home after a nice dinner, stay in […]

St. Louis Art Museum

One of St. Louis’ top cultural attractions is their art museum. Here is the museum with St. Louis’ namesake, King Louis IX, looking over Forest Park’s Grand Basin. Louis IX, commonly known as Saint Louis or Louis the Saint, is the only King of France to be canonized in the Catholic Church. Louis was crowned […]

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