Getting My Feet Wet at the Devil’s Icebox

Getting My Feet Wet at the Devil’s Icebox

As I have been learning, Missouri is more than farmland and forests. From the rocky mountains of the Ozark Plateau to the rolling fields of the north, every section has a unique and interesting landscape. For my second State park visit of the year, I picked a region I haven't spent much time in: Central Missouri.

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Saint Louis: Tiffany

Saint Louis: Tiffany

After my adventure in the Smoky Mountains I decided to stay close to home for the next outing. I visited Tiffany, one of Saint Louis' many neighborhoods, with my friend Jason Gray... While the neighborhood is largely residential, Jason and I walked around the areas under development. This gave me a chance to use up the film I had left over from the Smokies.

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Tennessee Part IV: Exploring Knoxville

Tennessee Part IV: Exploring Knoxville

After five days of non-stop activity, we were looking forward to a couple days of rest in Knoxville. Our Airbnb was a giant loft in Old City above a coffee shop. The name, Awaken Coffee, is an obvious play on words, especially because there is a church that operates out of their back room.

For breakfast we decided to stop in. After we finished our meal of fresh local donuts and New Orleans style chicory cold brew, we set off to explore our surroundings. 

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