The recent ice/snow storm passed us by. With sunny skies, here in northeast Missouri, we decided it was a a great day for a day trip.
We arrived at North Main Street, Saint Charles, Missouri at about 10 AM, Saturday morning. The temperature was 20 something. Perfect weather for ice sculpting.
The mosaics show a few of the beautiful works of art in ice.
We stepped inside this shop and two galleries, to have a look around and warm up before returning to the sculpting.
The Black Labrador Retriever reminded us of Molly. He put on quite a show, playing with chunks of ice.
On the way home we stopped at Barnes & Noble. Treats Unleashed is just a couple of doors down. While I browsed the book store, J picked up a few Molly treats.
J signing a petition, at the ice festival, to prevent puppy mills in the state of Missouri. We believe this can’t happen soon enough.
Our thoughts are with folks who lost power as a result of the ice storm. We hope your power is restored soon. If you happen to see orange trucks from a Missouri Cooperative, it might be our guys. They recently returned from working in Iowa. I’m sure a crew or two from our neck of the woods will be in your neck of the woods soon, if they aren’t already there.
J tells some very interesting stories about working ice storms, during his nearly 40 years as a lineman for the rural electric cooperative.
Kris, please e-mail me, by clicking the Contact Me button, on the sidebar. I’ll try to help with your calendar dilemma.