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K Bridge on Black River Annapolis MO

K Bridge on Black River Annapolis MO

Greer Spring is the second largest spring in  Missouri at 222 million gallons of water per day and flows into the Eleven Point National Scenic River.

Greer Spring is the second largest spring in Missouri at 222 million gallons of water per day and flows into the Eleven Point National Scenic River.

Devil's Ice Box in Columbia, MO

In the middle of the Rock Bridge Memorial State Park just south of Columbia, Missouri, the Devil's Icebox is a curious cave connected by delicate wooden bridges and pathways. Why "devil's icebox"? It stays a cool 56 degrees all year long.

Taum Sauk breach - In less than 15 minutes, more than a billion gallons of water blasted through a ruptured reservoir wall and scoured a path to bedrock through mountainside earth and forest. At the base of the mountain, the surge swept vehicles from a rural road, scattered a family of five along with their disintegrating home and heavily damaged Missouri’s popular Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park.

Taum Sauk breach - In less than 15 minutes, more than a billion gallons of water blasted through a ruptured reservoir wall and scoured a path to bedrock through mountainside earth and forest. At the base of the mountain, the surge swept vehicles from a rural road, scattered a family of five along with their disintegrating home and heavily damaged Missouri’s popular Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park.

Natural Bridge,  Ha Ha Tonka State Park  Camden County Missouri

Natural Bridge, Ha Ha Tonka State Park Camden County Missouri---- I've here many times.

Missouri is nicknamed 'The Show Me State' and sure has a lot to show to its visitors (and locals). Impressive nature, some awesome cities, interesting museums and much more. Check out these pictures of places you can visit in Missouri!

15 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Missouri

15 things in Missouri is nicknamed 'The Show Me State' and sure has a lot to show to its visitors (and locals). Impressive nature, some awesome cities, interesting museums and much more. Check out these pictures of places you can visit in Missouri!

Sandy Creek Covered Bridge, originally lost to a flood and rebuilt in 1884, remaining as you see it today. It's about 45 minutes outside St. Louis

This is one of Missouri's five covered bridges. the Sandy Creek Covered Bridge, originally lost to a flood and rebuilt in remaining as you see it today. It's about 45 minutes outside St. Louis, so perfect for an exploration.

Black River, Missouri    Canoeing, camping, rafting & tubing on the crystal-clear Black River in Lesterville, MO

Black River, Missouri Canoeing, camping, rafting & tubing on the crystal-clear Black River in Lesterville, MO

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