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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    The Ring

    A travel blog entry by schellertm on Feb 27, 2014

    We had lost Bilbo. We were escaping the goblin's tunnel. Then, one of the dwarves said that when he was pulled back by one of the goblins that he had lost Bilbo. We were discussing among one another if we should go on or not. Thorin was saying that we should go on, and Gandalf said that we should go look for him. I could not believe that they were even thinking about leaving Bilbo behind. We had to find him! Then, Bilbo pops out infront of us and surprises us all. I ...

    Ho Chi Minh City

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    ... it yourself at the table. After dinne, we went to a a very interesting bar which was based off a saloon from the old west and where Vietnamese bands sing American rock songs. After a few drinks there we headed to backpacker bars for cheap drinks and then back to the hotel. Wednesday, June 26, Day 17, Last Day: On our last day in Vietnam we were taken on a our of the Cu Chi tunnels, 50 km away from Ho Chi Minh City. These tunnels are where the civilians ...

    Mother's Day

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    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 ...