Sunday, March 07, 2021

MO Parks MO Beer

Time to crush Missouri state parks.

Did some riverside hiking at Current River State Park, which consists of land and buildings originally developed as the Alton Club, a corporate retreat used in the 1930s and 1940s by the Alton Box Board Company.

Echo Bluff State Park sits on land belonging to the former Camp Zoe, which was seized by the DEA for hosting music festivals where $500k worth of drugs would be sold each weekend. It had a cool sign, too. 

The Roger Pryor Pioneer Backcountry is a 60,000-acre area of private land that is managed by MO for hiking and backpacking by the public. It is home to some 400-year-old trees!

On our way back through St. James, Missouri we were tempted into stopping for a refreshment at Public House Brewing Company.

Cold beer + warm fire = expert level body temperature regulation 

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