Friday, July 17, 2020

The Bridges of Monroe County

There was an impromptu booty dance in the street last night.

Lydia wanted to wait by the window and see if more would happen tonight but I had to drag her to the car. There are more Missouri state parks out there!

It's been amusing lately seeing some of the advertisements for super local elected offices in tiny towns. This one in particular is hand written!

The bustling metropolis of Perry, MO.

Oh, how many vacation condos were accidentally purchased in Florida, Missouri?

I went to Florida, MO to visit Mark Twain Birthplace State Historic Site but the two room cabin where Twain was born in 1835 somehow got stuck inside of this Scientologist’s spaceship. “Twain” is an archaic term for “two”.

Found some nightmare material for you at Mark Twain State Park. Wolf spiders carry their young for 
several weeks after hatching. The young leave their mother only to crawl inside the ear of someone(you) while they’re sleeping.

Paris is beautiful this time of year.

Could see the light at the end of the tunnel at Union Covered Bridge State Historic Site in Monroe County. The bridge was built in 1871 in the Burr-arch truss design and is one of only four remaining covered bridges in the state.

Thousand Hills would serve as our homebase this time around.

Took a little stroll around downtown Kirksville. I love a good small town downtown.

We made an appearance on Truman State University's campus. It was nice and had a lot of historical buildings.

You don't usually see these beehive motifs outside of Mormon territory.

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