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Montauk Storm Damage May 2009 : I took these pictures on Saturday and Sunday May 9 & 10, 2009. On Friday May 8th they had had straight line winds move through the park and the surrounding area. We heard there was a tornado in Licking Missouri about 12 miles by road from the park. My parent’s where campground hosts during the storm, I was talking to my mom on the phone when the storm moved in and she told me the weather was getting really weird. She said the wind was coming from two different directions. Dad was telling us when we got to the park the wind was blowing up river along the river and along the hill it was blowing in the opposite direction. Pam and I where amazed at all of the damage we started seeing north of Salem when we drove down on Saturday afternoon. All of the highways including 119 coming into the park were closed for several hours because of trees and power lines down. Highway VV heading to Licking was closed until either Monday or Tuesday. We finally drove it on Sunday May 18th and we still had to drive over the center line to go around downed trees, we even drove over power lines that where still down. It was amazing that there was little building damage and we never heard of anyone getting hurt or killed.

Montauk Storm Damage May 2009

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I took these pictures on Saturday and Sunday May 9 & 10, 2009. On Frid ...

Updated: May 24, 2009 9:00pm PST

Washington River Front Trail : This is the section of Washington’s bike trail that runs along the river. This is a very popular trail with walkers, runners and bicycles. The trail runs between the railroad tracks and the Missouri River.There is a parking lot at each end so you start from either the east or west end.

Washington River Front Trail

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This is the section of Washington’s bike trail that runs along the r ...

Updated: Feb 15, 2009 5:15pm PST

Washington Missouri MFA Mill :

Washington Missouri MFA Mill

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Updated: Jan 18, 2009 10:18am PST

Watkins Woolen Mill :

Watkins Woolen Mill

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Updated: Jan 08, 2009 9:37am PST

Warrensburg General Town Sites : A town, 50 miles east of Kansas City, Missouri, is known for many things and has been in existence over 150 years.  The age of the town leaves it with interesting buildings.  Downtown dates from 1860 when the trains first came through.  Historically significant for the Old Drum incident, Carrie Nation, Blind Boone and many others who have lived here. The University of Central Missouri is located here as well.

Warrensburg General Town Sites

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A town, 50 miles east of Kansas City, Missouri, is known for many thin ...

Updated: Jan 08, 2009 6:46am PST

Passport Photo Contest : This gallery contains the photographs I have entered in the Missouri Department of Natural Resource photo contest. This is there passport program for 2008. Every year they do something different, last year you had to hike different trails in different parks. 

Thanks for looking and have a great day!
Tim

Passport Photo Contest

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This gallery contains the photographs I have entered in the Missouri D ...

Updated: Jan 07, 2009 4:09am PST

Higginsville : Higginsville, Missouri is another old community with some interesting sights.  The Civil War Confederate Park and Cemetery are just part of what is offered there.  Recent uploads does not necessarily mean recently taken. Up until March, 2008, I have used a film camera, so many of the pictures are scanned from photos.  I will be moving these photos to other galleries every so often to try and stay true to the name of this gallery.

Higginsville

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Higginsville, Missouri is another old community with some interesting ...

Updated: Sep 28, 2008 3:01pm PST

Sky Events :

Sky Events

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Updated: Sep 20, 2008 9:15am PST

Birds :

Birds

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Updated: Sep 20, 2008 7:16am PST

Sedalia : An historic town in mid Missouri, 80 miles east of Kansas City. A significant town in the history of railroads, the state fair and old architecture make it an interesting town to see.

Sedalia

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An historic town in mid Missouri, 80 miles east of Kansas City. A sign ...

Updated: Sep 11, 2008 6:44pm PST