Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Mark Twain, Wine, and Beginning Beekeepers!

This weekend was a busy whirlwind! Friday I left bright and early to head to St. Louis, MO for a Honey and Wine tasting event that night. On my way there I stopped in Hannibal, MO to eat lunch and to visit some of the Mark Twain stuff. I had been there when I was a kid but that was many years ago! After the Honey/wine tasting I made it part way between St. Louis and Columbia to spend the night. Early Saturday I traveled on into Columbia to attend a Beginning beekeeping class. It lasted all day so I wasn't able to drive all the way home so I crashed at my cousins house about half way home! It was a crazy weekend that didn't last long enough. But I had fun at both places I went!

Here are several pictures from my weekend!

Huckleberry Finns House


Mark Twins Boyhood Home. 





This random sign on one of the buildings in Hannibal. 

Bale of cotton

Norman Rockwell Paintings!! They had 14 ORIGINALS!!! I was so excited he Is my favorite artist!


Stopped in here to get some Ice Cream

Huckleberry ice cream on top and some butter pecan on bottom. Both very good!

The Mark Twain Memorial Light House. I climbed up the stairs to the top to see the view!

The View from the top of the hill where the light house was. 

Another view from the top of down town Hannibal. That's my car at the bottom.

Where I ate Lunch

Some homemade root beer complete with a frosty mug.

My Lunch at the Mark Twain Dinette. It's a Made Rite Burger and some onion rings with Chili ranch sauce. Delicious!

I got to sell raffle tickets at the honey/wine event

The Food that was made by the Culinary institute of St. Louis

Each table had 2 different honeys and 2 different wines.

The head Chef.

Me Speaking at the Beginning beekeeping class in Columbia.



Students putting together wooden ware

1 comment:

  1. This looks like a wonderful trip! New follower and I am looking forward to reading more of your blog.

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