|Hamilton, MO - Known for being A.) Home of the Missouri Star Quilt Company and a giant quilting machine (pictured) - and even though I don't even know how to quilt I found it quite lovely. I thought if I did ever pick up quilting I would select the pirate patterns and prints, too cute! B.) A location with one restaurant, other than a Subway, called Past Times. The fried cheese balls with ranch dressing were delicious! C.) The birthplace of J.C. Penney, and home of a museum bearing his name. The likeness of him, pictured above, scared me a little when we walked in. I liked the book pictured - Business Training Course. I wonder if I could sub that in for grad school?|
|The signs of Jamesport and a calf.|
We also drove a little farther north, and checked out a dairy farm where we met the calf (pictured) and sampled the local cheeses. The turn off to the cheese farm was at the corner of the third sign above. (Sorry, I couldn't help myself, that's what it was.) I bought some Jalapeno cheese to bring home to Brian. In all it was a pretty fun day even despite the temperature in the 100's. Thanks for checking in!