Tuesday, July 5, 2022

OUT FOR A RIDE TO ROCHEPORT

 Down the road about 10+ miles is a little
community we drive through  sometimes.
  We haven't been out much so the other
 day we drove over.  This is a very tiny town with quite a few Bed and Breakfasts but not
 a lot to do.  It is beside the Missouri River but not with access to the river.  Biking seems to be a big thing as the Katy Trail comes into the little town.  


It was very quiet around town.  I did
appreciate the many flags on display.


The yellow house isn't a B & B but I
think it is cute.  One of the houses
has amazing flowers covering about
every inch of their yard with no lawn.





I just looked at the weather forecast
and it calls for 101 degrees the next
three days.  I think that means I will
be downstairs sewing tea cozies.  I 
sure got behind lately so I best get
going and enjoy the air conditioning!

3 comments:

Deanna Rabe said...

What a lovely little town. Such pretty houses and gardens!

Vee said...

A darling town all decked out for Independence Day. I love patriotic buntings. Enjoy the cool of your sewing room as you create tea cozies.

Lynn said...

Charming homes and flowers. Glad you were able to get out for a lovely pre-hot ride. I guess my 92 will be mild, lol.