EXIT 195 on I-44 at Saint James, MO 65559  Go 5.5 miles EAST on Highway 8 to park entrance on left Watch for our flags!

Up Early and Down at the Fishing Hole...

by Sherry Swanson on 05/07/11

I got one!  I got a r-e-a-l-l-y BIG one!

Let's hope we hear that a lot next weekend during Kids Fishing Day down at Maramec Spring Park.  Expectations are for 1000 youngsters to be in attendance. I know Pheasant Acres RV Park is expecting about 25 kids to be camping here with their parents.  Let's hope these little anglers really do land some big trout.  And I can't even imagine how many s'mores will be consumed at the nightly campfires. 

I thought I was too old to graduate again, but, nope!  My Master Naturalist graduation is Tuesday night, the 10th.  It's been a lot of fun to master the flora and fauna of the Ozark Plateau that surrounds this area.  I think my favorite discovery this week was the dog-tooth violets that are flourishing just on the other side of my fence line on the Conservation land.  They are incredible.

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1. Preston Foster said on 5/26/11 - 08:29AM
* Graduation which is a beginning and an opportunity to serve, teach, and grow is a celebration! May your novice naturalists get inspiration and joy from your patient mentoring!

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Lots of Pictures Here

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Memorial Day Critter Sitings

A new spin on S'Mores

Place a broken up chocolate bar or pour chocolate syrup into an aluminum foil cup that you can create yourself, and set the cup near your fire to melt the chocolate.

Crush graham crackers and place them on a plate or fill up a plastic bag.

Toast your marshmallows as you usually would.

Dip the toasted marshmallow in the melted chocolate or chocolate syrup and then roll it in the crushed graham crackers.

This recipe is sure to be a hit with the kids, and it will only take about five minutes to prepare. Click on thumbnail to enlarge...ENJOY!

The Campground Was Alive . . .

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Opening Day of Trout Season 2011

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Blue Birds, Violets  and Missouri Naturalist

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Click on thumbnail to enlarge...ENJOY! Yes, Virginia There Is Fishing in the Winter

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573-265-5149 Email:  pheasantacresrv@yahoo.com

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Sherry Swanson Owner/Host/RV'er/Naturalist Outdoor Enthusiast/Photographer

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