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Friday, December 6, 2013

Twin Oaks Produce and Bulk Foods in Missouri

When we visited Missouri last year, hubby and I enjoyed our road trip. We actually visited hubby's brother in Keytesville. An hour before we reach his home, we missed the turn so; we were lost. We were driving to a road of nowhere and the bad thing was; we see humans for 25 minutes LOL. Literally, there is no one to ask for direction. We saw old houses, clothesline and a buggy. We realized that we were in the Amish neighborhood but, no one is around. Luckily, we saw an SUV and hubby signaled for a stop. Country people are friendly so; he stopped and when we asked for direction, he pointed the way. We were actually driving down the back road.

We arrived his brother's place safely but, the SUV Ford Edge was covered with dust. When we were lost, we were driving on a dirt road.
We saw Amish houses and Amish buggy which for me, they are cool.
When we reached the place of my brother-in-law  in Lake Nehai, the place is gorgeous. They have a big restaurant but, its not doing well and I heard, it was close recently.

In the nearby town, one of the places that we went to is the Twin Oaks Amish Store. We bought quiet a few items from here. I bought an organic sweet caramel popcorn and it was my favorite.

I stayed for few minutes at the front of the store to take photos. I was truly satisfied with all the pictures which I took.

The prices of the mums  despite of the differences what we have. , different colors different kinds of mums


  1. Oh so many oranges. They're just so beautiful. This would be a great post for Orange You Glad It's Friday if you'd like to join Amy. :)

  2. Wow! These colors are all so beautiful! Not sure I would need any of these in bulk though. But if there was a store like this around, I'd go just to see all of these amazing flowers together! Wow!


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