I love to go to Kimmwick, MO, for their local festivals and to take pictures. Kimmswick is a tiny town on the National Register of Historic Places with about 150 or so residents. Their main strip is comprised of historic buildings, most of which now house tea houses, or small businesses specializing in handcrafted items. It’s very charming and they are famous for their Blue Owl Restaurant and their Apple Butter Festival. During some of these festivals, the streets will be jam-packed with visitors. I guess the locals get used to all the activity, because I found this fellow relaxing in his front yard, catching some rays, and watching the shoppers and visitors stroll by!
I must have walked past this lazy resident a half-dozen times and he never moved much. LOL I guess you get used to a couple thousand people descending on your tiny township a few times a year. But, nothing was bothering him that day!
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