It's hard to wrap your mind around how deep the deepest Missouri spring is. Here's an example that will give you a perspective maybe you can imagine. The deepest spring in Missouri has a depth that could drown the Statue of Liberty. It's that deep.
The armadillos are coming. The armadillos are coming. Actually, they're already here and there's evidence they may be mounting an effort to take over Missouri. I'll present my case as to why I am convinced this is the case.
Let's all take a deep breath. I say that because I tend to avoid alarmists. That being said, I think it's prudent to pass along a forecast that claims bread and another half dozen items could be hard to find this summer in Missouri grocery stores.
It's the one Missouri lake that visitors most often want to take a dip in because it's the deepest and is in the heart of the most beautiful part of Missouri. It's also good to know if that sounds good to you that it also happens to be home to the most deadly snakes in the state.
There's a good chance that skies will look a little strange over Missouri and Illinois Wednesday and it's Canada's fault. Or, at least it's something that's happening in Canada that's responsible. I'll explain.
I'm a big fan of lakes. They're great. We need more of them. The same can be said about towns near lakes. There's a new national claim that one of the best lake towns in America is in Missouri. There's only one problem. That town has no lake.