H. S. Clay House B & B and Guest Cottaage

219 Public, PO Box 184, Augusta, Missouri, 63332, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 219 Public, PO Box 184, Augusta, is near Mount Pleasant Winery, Louis P. Balducci Vineyards, Centennial Farms and Orchards, and Fort Charrette Historic Village.
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    Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

    A travel blog entry by veteranroadie on Aug 28, 2014

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    ... of the video systems we work with, and than out to my camera. It was great catching up with them. After showing them around a bit, we had a really nice conversation. It made my day to see a familiar face and I am sure it was thrilling for them as well. I was able to capture that kid on Christmas look that i had gotten with my cousin towards the beginning of the tour again with them. It was amazing to observe.

    And we're off!.....Get your kicks on Route 66.....

    A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Jul 19, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... find somewhere in the direction we were heading from which to base ourselves for a quick trip into St Louis the next day before continuing west. However, west of St Louis is Six Flags Park, which is very much like Alton Towers. It was a Saturday night, so crammed full of families and kids, and there was, again, no room at the inn. Any of them. For fifty miles.

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    Reading: The Kingdom of God is Within You

    A travel blog entry by alexdetmering on Dec 12, 2013

    ... br> And yet simply from the fact that other men as misguided and a spiteful creatures as yourself have made you soldier, czar,landowner, capitalist, priest, or general, you undertake to commit acts of violence obviously opposed to your reason and your heart,to base your existence on the misfortunes of others, and above all, instead of filling the one duty of your life, recognizing and professing the truth, you feign not to recognize it and ...

    Mother's Day

    A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on May 12, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    We were awakened early by everyone talking and breaking camp. Seems odd. If you are camping for Mother's Day shouldn't you enjoy the day? By 10 we were almost alone in the Klondike. There is a little sun, but only a high of 59 today. This camping and recreation area was made after a silica plant was through with it. There is a little lake, people fishing everywhere. Hiking trails going every which way. Tough seeing everyone with their families. I really ...

    Get out of the BOAT!!!

    A travel blog entry by kellywittenauer on Sep 09, 2012


    ... It’s time for me to live, to wake up and do something that I think will be life changing. And, Ortman goes on to say “the change of a lifetime is not something to take lightly”. The book also challenges the reader to take a moment and ask themselves “what do I want my epitaph to say?” (lovely morbid thought, I know but go with it! Here lies Kelly Wittenauer, mother, wife, daughter, sister, niece, friend? Not to say this would be bad, ...