Missouri Breakfast & Dinner

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Re:Missouri Breakfast & Dinner 2010/03/30 18:19:43 (permalink)
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Re:Missouri Breakfast & Dinner 2010/03/30 19:02:19 (permalink)
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Re:Missouri Breakfast & Dinner 2010/03/31 17:02:17 (permalink)
DocChuck

Speaking of "Missouri Breakfast and Dinner", my wife and I recently visited Hannibal, Missouri (some of her relatives are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and have offices in the World Headquarters there).  I make no secret that I am an agnostic, but I was totally impressed with my personal guided tour of the RLDS World Headquarters (see many photos of the tour on my website, if interested).
 
But, the point is, we stayed at the Garth Woodside Mansion in Hannibal in the Dowager House, and I must tell you that it was an experience that I will never forget.  The breakfasts and dinners were simply magnificent .
 
While she was visiting relatives, I visited Mark Twain and Jesse James (at least their homes and the museum which contains so many artifacts relating to these two heroes of mine).
 
If you love the State of Missouri, as we do,  please do yourself a favor and plan a few days visiting Hannibal, Missouri.  You will NOT regret the decision.  


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Re:Missouri Breakfast & Dinner 2010/03/31 18:00:19 (permalink)
DocChuck

Speaking of "Missouri Breakfast and Dinner", my wife and I recently visited Hannibal, Missouri (some of her relatives are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and have offices in the World Headquarters there).  I make no secret that I am an agnostic, but I was totally impressed with my personal guided tour of the RLDS World Headquarters (see many photos of the tour on my website, if interested).
 
But, the point is, we stayed at the Garth Woodside Mansion in Hannibal in the Dowager House, and I must tell you that it was an experience that I will never forget.  The breakfasts and dinners were simply magnificent .
 
While she was visiting relatives, I visited Mark Twain and Jesse James (at least their homes and the museum which contains so many artifacts relating to these two heroes of mine).
 
If you love the State of Missouri, as we do,  please do yourself a favor and plan a few days visiting Hannibal, Missouri.  You will NOT regret the decision.  


I love the smell of elephants in Hannibal in the Springtime.
 
 
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Re:Missouri Breakfast & Dinner 2010/03/31 19:05:37 (permalink)
DocChuck

YES, I also remember that silly commercial.  However, it did not impress me as 'funny.'  But then, I have a rather dry sense of humor.

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Re:Missouri Breakfast & Dinner 2010/03/31 20:16:08 (permalink)
DocChuck & Michael Hoffman:
I would Love to sit down with both of you and have an open discussion about anything and everything you would like to talk about! You are two interesting fellows that I presume to be somewhat intelligent with different views of Life, the World & the Universe. Maybe we could sell tickets and fill an Amphitheater!! Maybe make enough $$ to go out and get a BBQ sandwich and a couple of Beers. What Say You????
Of course Michael, this would require you getting out of your "Comfort Zone" and come to AZ. We'll find a place on a mountain top where the temp is below 40 degrees!
post edited by Foodbme - 2010/03/31 20:20:35
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