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Old Route 66 Gas Station on the Missouri State Line

Old Route 66 Gas Station on the Missouri State Line,

June, 2004, Kathy Weiser



Branson, Missouri

Buffalo, Missouri

Chateau on the Lake

Explore St Louis

Gay Parita Sinclair

Hunters Friend Resort - Branson, Missouri

Lake Area History Pages

Lake of the Ozarks Official Site

Lake of the Ozarks Website

Lebanon Missouri Tourism

Lemp Mansion

Meramec Caverns

Missouri State Parks

Ray County Historical Society

Route 66 Association of Missouri

St Joseph Missouri

Web Tour of Weston

Missouri Fall Foliage

Beautiful Fall Foliage along Highway MO19 near

Hermann, Missouri.  October, 2004, Kathy Weiser. 


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Bridal Cave north of
Camdenton, Missouri



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Silk Kachina ScarvesSilk Kachina ScarvesSilk Kachina Scarves - This beautiful 100% Silk Scarf features colorful Kachinas popular with the southwest Native American tribes. This oversized scarf, measuring 51x51" can be wrapped and/or tied to be utilized for a number of purposes including as a turban, headband, belt, cape, shirt, bag, necklace, and with two scarves -- even a dress.

Made from 100% Twill Silk, this fabric combines the utilitarian strength of the twill weave with the natural strength and beauty of silk. Though made for strength, the fabric still maintains its soft and smooth texture, making it easy to drape and tie. Its kachina design is representative of the very expensive Hermes Kachina scarves that were popular in the early 1990s and sell today for hundreds and even thousands of dollars.

See these great ideas on the many wonderful ways that a large scarf such as this can be tied and draped to be worn in numerous ways. Choice of three colors - Pink & Turquoise, Red & Navy, and Turquoise & Navy.


Silk Kachina Scarves


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