Monthly Archives: March 2010

Hunting & Fishing in the Ozarks

  A few times a year I volunteer with The Missouri Department of Conservation to teach Hunter Education. I always enjoy the enthusiasm of the kids (and the adults) as we discuss and learn about the history of hunting and … Continue reading

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CCC Camp Palace, MO

As we often do on the weekends, my wife and I were browsing a local antique store.  This weekend we were at Memory Lane Antiques in Ava, MO when we noticed this picture of a CCC Camp at Palace, MO. … Continue reading

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Old Photographs

A photograph is a glimpse at a specific moment in the past.  A moment that will never occur again.  A place that no one can ever go back to or change.  I am fascinated by old photographs and those brief moments … Continue reading

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Breakfast at the Hotel Seville

I love breakfast! There I said it. I have admitted my addiction. Breakfast is another one of those taboo things that I have had to give up as I get older. Not the meal itself, just the best parts of … Continue reading

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Grandma & Falling Springs Mill

A large part of my knowledge and interest in Ozarks history started with my Grandmother. She was a wonderful oil painter and especially loved to paint the many mills scattered around the Ozarks. One of the things I cherished most … Continue reading

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