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“Missouri first widens into an extensive plain after entering the rockey mountains. the guide informed us that a man might pass to the missouri from hence by that rout in four days. we continued our rout down the W. side of the river about 5 miles further and encamped on a large creek which falls in on the West as our guide informes that we should leave the river at this place and the weather appearing settled and fair I determined to halt the next day rest our horses and take some scelestial Observations. we called this Creek Travellers rest. it is about 20 yards wide a fine bould clear runing stream the land through which we passed is but indifferent a could white gravley soil. we estimate our journey of this day at 19 M. [Clark, September 9, 1805]”
“Under the ccw law in missouri it is against that very law to have a gun in your posession while intoxicated. and it is NOT based on a blood alcohol level like when you are driving.”
“Yes | No | Report from micneador wrote 28 weeks 1 day ago in missouri you can only use one but i never use more than one any way”
“Yes | No | Report from micneador wrote 25 weeks 2 days ago in missouri you can only use one but i never use more than one any way”
“I used to have a honey hole of them in missouri, I found them one year and they were there every year.”
“It was so warm during the rut here in missouri that a lot people thought we missed it.”
“Yes | No | Report from Chris Carpenter wrote 28 weeks 6 days ago its illegal in missouri and i think its total bullcrap and unethical to do so. my friend put his lastr doe tag last year on a doe him and my brother both shot because my brother didnt have a tag, he was pretty pissed.”
“Yes | No | Report from ilikehunting wrote 8 weeks 3 days ago if the water is navigable by boat it is public water. .in missouri anyway”
“All Replies from Marine1 wrote 13 weeks 6 days ago im in missouri and im having a hard tim i think i need alot of time and a good trail cam lol”
“I think a candidate should run on the issues and not attacks. concerned in missouri”
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