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Very close to Ft Leonard Wood and reasonable rates. Only issue I had was internet service. Very convenient to the army post and adequate supplies in the house such as dishes towels and sheets. I would recommend this place to anyone coming for basic training graduation.
The house is the perfect size for a graduation family gathering. The bathrooms are clean and well stocked. The dining room table is huge and there are plenty of dishes and cooking gear. With 2 living areas, satellite TV, wi-fi and lots of games, your soldier's family day will be a welcome break. The location is great with easy access to the base, shopping and fast food.
Evangeline is quick to respond to communication. The grill requires charcoal and don't forget to bring the matches. There are a lot of beds but I suggest saving the bunk beds for the kiddos. We needed a family getaway for a few days, and this place was nearly perfect for it! The place is better than the pictures can communicate, and the space is so clean and well-kept, along with great amenities!
And Evangeline was a great host as well. Answered all our questions and was quick to help us when we needed it. Totally Awesome Place To Stay. Great Hospitality, Great Communication. I had a last minute travel to Fort Leonard Wood and all the hotels were booked, so this was my first time using airbnb.
The price was reasonable, and I got the whole apartment. The place is surrounded by trees and vegetation in a quiet area, it was equipped with all I needed. Everything was very clean and the host responds quickly to questions. We would recommend this apartment to anyone. It was very nicely appointed, had everything we needed.
Our dog, Cash who makes us travel with him everywhere had a wonderful time exploring and collecting people. A little on the tight side for people. Super convenient if you are visiting a soldier less than a 10 minute drive. Everyone in the complex is really friendly too. Removed from everyone but just 10 minutes to base. Amenities were great and I was even able to bring my dog!
Those two words describe this getaway destination. Cozy and much more than I would have ever expected. All you need to bring is food, honestly. The host provided exceptional amenities to include board games, movies, almost anything you can think of! Great facilities, Lots of little items charcoal, bean bag game, frisbee, etc.
This was our second time staying, and it was as amazing as he last! We hope to be back more times at least! The place is beautiful, and the people that work for investment realty as SO nice!
What a great combo! We loved staying with Tanya and Mike! They were friendly, warm, and welcoming. And their home is just so lovely, clean, and comfy. We felt like part of the family. Our son is training at Fort Leonard Wood and their home was the perfect place. Close to base less than 15 minutes , quiet, and peaceful. Nestled in the beautiful, lush woods, this was the perfect retreat with lovely views all around.
Every night, they invited us to join them for dinner and to visit or play cards. If we hadn't been so busy, we would surely have taken them up on their offer! Tanya and Mike baked some delicious treats to share and Tanya even wrapped some up for us to take on the road! We highly recommend Tanya and Mike's home for your stay when visiting the area. Tanya was a great host.
I would definitely recommend and would stay here again. My sister and I had a great time. Tanya and Mike are amazing beings. Their generosity is unmatched. They truly open up their home to you. My father and I stayed with them for our brother's graduation at Ft Leonard Wood.
Tanya made us fresh cinnamon rolls and cofee in the mornings, her movie theater room was an awesome getaway for us and we spent some wonderful time on her deck with the fire pit. I look forward to a repeat stay with them. Thank you for hosting Skye!
Loved your home and the location is perfect for visiting Fort Leonard. Perfect in all ways. Tanya and Michael are great hosts! The bed was so comfy and I got some well served sleep! I would highly recommend staying with them! Tanya was an absolutely wonderful host. She is happy to provide tips on things to do in the area, and is easy to talk to and funny. The house was beautiful and cozy. It provided the perfect place for an overnight stay to attend my brother's Army basic graduation at Fort Leonard Wood.
I would highly recommend this location. Tanya is very easy to communicate with. All around nice home. We had a great stay. Great place, off the beaten path and yet still close to base and everything you need. This place was perfect for our family of 6 to relax and enjoy down time with our soldier.
This place was incredible. My family and I drove from Atlanta, Ga to support my sister who graduated from basic training!
Carrie and Jacobs place was beyond perfect for us all. Just enough space, fully equipped kitchen which allowed us to have family dinner! We had a minor issue the AC froze overnight whixh wasn't a big deal because it was still pretty cool outside and inside but Jacob still came immediately!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm so grateful for this experience. We would definitely stay here again in the future. Everything met and exceeded our expectations. Good times, fun location for the things we love to do. Carrie was an excellent host. Thank you so much! We hit the jackpot when we found this home. The owners are incredible. The home is exactly as described. We didn't want to leave. We can't recommend this home enough!! Perfect, Quiet place to enjoy time as a family with all our sons, as well as our graduate Army.
Special touches, from coffee bar to snacks was also a plus. We enjoyed our stay. It was relaxing and peaceful. Home was just as shown in the pics with amenities as described. Carrie and Jacob were super responsive to the messages. Quiet and a perfect place to spend time with family and friends.
Overall we had a very good experience.
We would definitely stay here again! We really enjoyed the Charming Victorian. The house was beautifully redone and had anything we needed and more!
It was far enough that we seemed secluded from the rest of the world, but close enough we could run out for errands or food! Judy was a wonderful host and we would gladly book here again! We were looking for a quiet place for an extended weekend getaway, and The Victorian was just perfect! First of all, it had been newly redone and was just adorable! It felt cozy, but there was plenty of room to move around. The kitchen was clean and well stocked, and we had no problem cooking several simple meals there.
It was within a reasonable driving distance to lots of outdoor activities in the area, and of course we had a great time exploring the actual property itself, poking around in the woods and all of the little outbuildings. Best of all, it was so quiet that it was nearly silent, save for the wind in the trees and lovely birdsong on the property. We had a wonderful time and would go back in a heartbeat!
A perfect place to stay while visiting Rolla. Near enough to town but far enough away to enjoy the peaceful country quiet. Judy keeps a super clean place with comfy bed and linens. Kitchen and bathroom nicely filled with everything we needed to enjoy a relaxing stay.
Judy and Jim made us feel at home in this beautiful house. Very clean, and tidy. House and kitchen fully equipped with everything we needed. Located back off the road nestled in the woods. We loved hearing the birds and Owls and nature sounds at night as we slept in the comfortable bed.
It was close enough to Rolla to make it easy to go into town but far enough away to feel as if we were far far away. Summing it up Super clean and newly remodeled. Judy was a wonderful host! She gave quick responses to my inquiries before booking and the check-in experience was very smooth. The home had everything we needed for our 3-night stay. Plenty of room for us to sit and work, the WiFi connection was great, everything was very clean, and I appreciated that Judy left us with yummy snacks in the kitchen.
We enjoyed exploring the peaceful and beautiful property. I was hoping we'd find an armadillo, but maybe it was too cold this time of year? We highly recommend Colton's Steak House for dinner! Wish we could have stayed longer. Staying here was amazing! Judy is wonderful and so very thoughtful! I wish every airbnb was like this one!!! We had a wonderful weekend at the property!
Loved the accessibility of the lake, creeks and trails. Sue and Bob were wonderful hosts! And they were very gracious with our almost 3 year old son and providing things for him to do. From the moment I expressed interest to booking and to the time of departure, Sue and Bob were wonderful and responsive. About 25 minutes away, the distance wasn't a problem and my soldier enjoyed the downtime on family day. My yo Mom decided to join us and Sue was accommodating, switching us the larger Rock House.
The accommodations were inviting and comfortable. Mom loved it, as did my 15 yo son. We took advantage of the amenities of the Kitchen Cabin. The decks are great and breezy. Everything you might need was available to us. It was great to be able to disconnect from my usually hectic life and I wouldn't hesitate to visit again or recommend to anyone looking at the location.
Thanks Sue and Bob! The cabins were great! Sue was very accommodating and made our vacation plans and stay as painless as possible. The cabins are beautiful, the property is secluded and the trails lead to some great sights. We loved every minute at the Stone Cabin. Our only regret is our short time limit! The cabin, as well as the whole Farm, is rustic and full of quirky charm. Sue, you made us feel right at home! We did not read the guide before arriving and so we had the hair-raising experience of backing down the narrow drive to the parking area.
After, that we paid closer attention to the warnings and signs through out the Farm. We relished the solitude once we adjusted our city-brains to the idea of being alone at someone else's farm.
The goats kept us good company through the weekend. It was absolutely a perfect peaceful and amazing family getaway! Swimming, fishing, canoeing, floating, cooking out, ping pong, 4 days of pure fun and relaxation on a private lake! There seem to be no rules, they are very flexible and accommodating. A nice, simple, non crowded vacation. Cannot begin to describe all the treasures this property holds!
The memories that will be created the minute you drive in. We loved everything about this place from the sunsets to the kitchen to the lake The Prop Mgt company was very attentive and quick to respond. The Tiny House was very quaint and clean. It was perfect for all that we needed. Fridge, microwave and stove. All helpful to make things more home like. We had such a wonderful stay at Kim's Swedish Hideaway! We loved everything about it! They were so considerate and bent over backward to be accommodating and make our stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible.
It was only a 7 minute drive to the Rolla Park where we needed to be and her driveway is off a main road, very easy to get to. We were there a few days before she was able to offer Wi-Fi, but we had no problems with our cell service. The homemade granola, basket of fruit, milk and yogurt she had waiting for us when we arrived was such a thoughtful touch and we purchased a few bags of her delicious granola when we left to share with friends back home.
We loved our time in this beautiful suite and it was so easy to feel at home, we're sure you will, too. Kim's place is the cleanest AirBnB I've ever stayed in. Great location just outside town if you're visiting the kids at MST! Everything was just as the pictures reflected! Since everything was booked in St. Robert for the fort Leonard Wood graduation, air Bnb was the next best choice! The drive to the base was super easy and we had such a relaxing time!
She even provided a light breakfast, which was super thoughtful! Very clean place and she was more than accommodating when I needed anything. I would suggest looking into getting WiFi for the place. Which is another thing, be sure to look into ride sharing services in Rolla before your stay. We would definitely stay again during another trip to Rolla! Although I never met the host in person I was in late and out early , she was quick with her responses and the check-in process was nicely done.
The space was well kept and clean, and all the home-away amenities were provided. I would recommend this spot! My husband and I stayed in the Designer Room on our last trip.
Since it was already booked when we finalized our dates of travel, we ended up booking the Superhero Lair. It was a fun, cozy room that served our needs perfectly.
Carrie and Jacob have done a great job in making the most of the theme in this room. Our next trip to Rolla will definitely include a stay at their home Website hidden by Airbnb whichever room is available. Flexible and upbeat and very friendly! Loved the coffee bar and very comfortable: This was my second time staying here, and it was just as nice as the first time. The room was a great value. It was a perfect place to stop to break up a long drive.
The house is well furnished clean and comfortable. Brenda keeps it well stocked and has a variety of things for all ages. The house is conveniently located. We loved over stay. She greeted us upon arrival. She had extra bedding, plenty of towels, tons if space to gather in multiple groups, fans were provided in the upstairs areas, and the basketball hoop was a great touch, plus she had board games and toys for the kids!
Brenda welcomed us at the home and gave us a tour upon arrival. She is a great host!! We really enjoyed our stay in her beautiful home. Brenda is a wonderful host. She is an excellent communicator, very laid back and easy to talk to. She was very kind when showing the house and even accommodated a slightly later check out. We were able to cook big meals with what she has in the kitchen. The home is definitely stocked for a big group.
We enjoyed that there were so many towels and extra bedding. Our roller derby team even won the tournament we we're playing in, and some of that goes to how comfortable our stay was! We will be looking for Brenda and her home again if we are in South Central Missouri in the future! We came with a group of 11 and the place was perfect This is a lovely place to stay.
Very rustic with country charm. Tom and Kathy even let us go to one of their other cabins when we needed a hot shower. We had a very pleasant experience. The cabin we stayed in was clean, comfortable, and the quietness away from the city was excellent. The hosts are so kind. They have a beautiful property. I would recommend this place to future guests. Tom and his wife where easy to get in touch with and immediately made us feel welcome.
Everything you needed for the weekend was available - beds, linens, wood, board games, blankets, flashlights, extra food, books, even bird seed to watch the birds. We had an amazing time soaking in the view and hiking in the area. Look forward to coming back! Finding this place was a blessing! Our family was in town for my son's BCT graduation. He was able to take a break from army life and relax with all of us.
Having a kitchen saved us from having to eat out the whole time. I would recommend bringing a couple of folding chairs to sit on the porch, by the river, or just as extras. Everyone we encountered there was super pleasant, including the dog. Have already recommended this place! Looking for place to stay and enjoy the outdoors and some down time with your soldier after boot camp this is a great place you can family time with them and stress free!!
I will booking this place again after his AIT graduation day. This place is awesome! It beats all The other hotels around. I came to waynesvill to watch my sister graduate from fort Leonard wood and found this little gem.
Clean and comfy cabin a bit cold so we bought an extra heater. It's a great stay and much cheaper than any of the hotels around!
Great place and location, The family had a blast. These cabins are like well built "tiny homes" We will be back for sure. Cozy space with a nice view and nice sized play set area with a lot of different things for the kids to play on.
Just a little walk to the river. Shuo is a very kind and welcoming guest. He's honest as to what living experience to expect. Shuo was an easy guest to communicate with and he helped recommend a descent place where I could have lunch. My overall experience at Shuo's was great. We had a great time and the area was quiet and scenic. The cabin was just like the pictures. Everyone agreed that we will definitely come back! Great place, exactly as described and only a few minutes to FLW.
Other members of the party staying on post were jealous that we had such a nice place. This was a very relaxing location, away from all the hustle, but still close enough to enjoy local attractions and a wide variety of dining locations. Great for people who equally enjoy spending time outdoors. Beautiful small space perfect for a weekend away. It can get very cold as there is no central heat. There were 2 space heaters present but neither worked. If there was heat it would have been perfect.
Very good communication and very clean place. Where do I start? It literally felt I was in another world. Ambyr amd Isaac hosting skills are amazing they were the absolute best!!! It was bigger than I had expected and very comfortable. Oksana was a wonderful host and very accommodating. I highly recommend staying here.
The space is great for the price. Not fancy, but a good value. Rachel is a fantastic, responsive host. Wow, what a place! Perfect for our girls getaway. Be prepared to be blown away by the view! We probably could have stayed out on the back porch our entire trip wine and champagne and yummy food by the firepit and would have been perfectly content.
But, girls weekend aside, we came to hike! When we arrived Tom told us about nearby Clify Creek trail and boy that hike did not disappoint.
If you don't want to venture over to CC that's ok, because right out the back door of the cottage is another beautiful hike down to the Gasconade River and canoes galore! And if you're afraid you won't be able to make the trek back up to the top, just bring along the trekking poles they have hanging by the back door: The bedrooms and super cute, too.
And the beds--SO comfy! Just what you want after a long day of hiking. We absolutely loved staying at Turkey Ridge Cottage. Thank you Kathy and Tom for creating such a lovely oasis. It felt like a home rather than a rental we were staying in, complete with breakfast supplies, wood for the fire ring, and canoes by the river.
Definitely take advantage of the hike at nearby Clifty Creek--one if the best we've been in in Missouri! Very clean cabin with fantastic views of the Gasconade.
Three bedrooms are all very comfortable, bathroom is more than adequate, the kitchen has everything you would need and the living room has plenty of room to stretch out. The deck and fire ring outside are great, and you can see the Gasconade River valley below from the comfortable chairs. Direct access to the river and the hosts simply could not be better. We came here as a group of six plus two dogs.
Our stay was great; we enjoyed taking the canoes up the river and hiking the local trails. Communication was easy and while I imagine it could be easy to get lost, the directions were perfect and we had no problem! Find Villas in Devils Elbow on Airbnb.
Discover entire homes and private rooms perfect for any trip. Vacation Rentals in Devils Elbow. Places to stay in Devils Elbow. Spacious sq ft 4 bedroom 2 bath home. Perfect place to sleep entire family during basic training graduations! This home sleeps 15 people comfortably, located less than 2 miles to the Fort Leonard Wood front gate.
This is a affordable way for your entire family to stay together. Stay here where you can spread out socialize and dine We have a deck with grill. Large fenced in backyard perfect for animals and children to play in We will alway be available Home is just outside city limits entire hime We will alway be available Home is just outside city limits less then two miles from Fort Leonard Wood close to shopping and dining Cabs are affordable.
Home is just outside city limits less then two miles from Fort Leonard Wood close to shopping and dining. I would recommend this place to anyone coming for basic training graduation Bob T Good value for the money. Felt like home versus the cramped space in hotels. This quiet, small complex it tucked away among the trees just minuets from Fort Leonardwood and across the interstate from the famous Uranus Fudge Factory!
Enjoy a quiet stay just off I weather your here visiting a loved one at Ft Wood or traveling along historic Rt This apartment is cool and quiet with a small quaint living room that is open to a functional and modern kitchen. There is a large bedroom that has a cozy queen bed and a single bed. For more guests the living room couch will transform to a bed.
There is a private bathroom and a laundry room should you need to do laundry during your stay. If you are traveling with a pet we welcome you but ask that you be responsible for cleaning up messes inside and out.
We have done our best to have everything you might need for your stay! Whispering Hills Hideout Yes, near Uranus. Picture perfect riverside camp secluded but only 5 minutes to St.
Robert and 10 minutes to Fort Leonard Woods main gate. This is the perfect family getaway for military graduations or a family vacation. Only steps from great fishing, swimming and floating the beautiful Big Piney River. Sleeps 10 but 8 would be more comfortable. Float back to camp or be picked up down river and brought back to relax in the 3 hammocks provided. The cabin was clean and beautiful.
We can't wait to go back! Whether you're coming for a graduation at Fort Leonard Wood, or just traveling through for the night you'll feel at home!
Our house is on a quiet cul-d-sac with a wooded back yard in the Osage Hills neighborhood. My husband and I live in the house, along with Izzy is our 4 lb morkie. She is hypoallergenic and very friendly with both adults and kids. I currently have two bedrooms listed.
Bedroom 1 has a Double bed in it. I will offer an additional discount if you want both rooms. Please message me for details. You will have access to the entire house. Don't forget to check out the Theatre Room! Our house is located at the bottom of a small hill in a quite Cul-de-sac. There are only 5 houses on our street. The back yard and deck back up onto 4 wooded acres.
The deck is a nice place for your morning coffee. Cozy private bedroom near Fort Leonard Wood. My home is available for you to enjoy as much as I do. You can come and go as you please or stay and enjoy the comfortable shared spaces.
I am 3 miles from the main north gate and miles from all the main restaurants right outside post. You are welcome to enjoy the living room, kitchen, dining table, and laundry room. My pup Harley loves everyone and she will be around the shares spaces when I am home unless we talk about it upon your arrival. I will have coffee available for you to make as you desire.
I also have a nice back yard and fire pit. You are welcome to use the pit but you are required to bring firewood. That pioneer spirit can be observed at Adamson Cabin, one of the oldest buildings in the county. In , tourists from as far away as California and South Dakota visited Mt. Vernon during the three-day festival. As its name suggests, everywhere you go, you can catch a whiff of fresh apple butter. In addition to apple butter, more than four hundred booths along the crowded streets offer pulled pork, steak sandwiches, candied applies, homemade fudge, and other goodies.
Randy Conaway, quartermaster of Mt. Vernon, people go out of their way to talk to you. We even swap produce from our home gardens.
If you work or visit Mt. In , it was cut in half, transported out of the wilderness, and reassembled at its current location. Gary knows a story or two from Mt.
The old statue was used as a model for the one that now sits atop the courthouse clock tower. When they removed the blindfold, they discovered that the sculptor had given Lady Justice eyes—eyes that no one would see.
The museum, which is open for tours, also pays tribute to wars past and present, but the Civil War gave Mt. Vernon the largest bounty of stories. Similar to the rest of the state, residents were torn between their sympathies for the North or the South.
Historians have noted that more. Vernon or camped in the nearby wooded areas where they rested and watered their horses. During the conflict, a detachment of troops commanded by Union General Samuel Curtis captured a Rebel outpost just outside of Mt. Another Civil War skirmish occurred at Baptist Hill Bluff, which, during peak fall color, offers must-see views of the surrounding landscape and the spring below.
The bluff is beautiful, but a gruesome story unfolded here. When Confederate troops were chased out of town, several lost their bearings, rode off of the bluff to their deaths, and were buried there along the banks. And along the shore, Gary says that his friend found a piece of a rifle sticking out of the sand. He never found out if that rifle belonged to those Confederate soldiers, but it makes a good story. Wright taught at the former Mt. Vernon Academy on College Avenue and served as a minister at several local churches, though he.
The Jones Memorial Chapel and Museum was built in The museum proudly displays a few pieces of Wright lore, including a photograph of Wright in his mid-twenties in Mt.
You can visit the nine-hole golf course or the Robert E. Conservation Area with miles of trails for hiking and horseback riding. Or saddle up with a club that sponsors rodeos and other events. People can face their fears at ten thousand feet above town. They teach basic tandem dives, accelerated free fall training, advanced courses, and more. The local churches are a bit more downto-earth. Sam Stover is a part-time minister at First Presbyterian Church, which is celebrating its th year of service to the community.
Down the street, the St. Susanne Catholic Church has a food pantry. And the United Methodist Church gives free backpacks to students.
For those who have a hungry heart and a hungry stomach, follow the aroma of cinnamon rolls. Herb Laub is among the team of instructors at Skydive Missouri and has hundreds of tandem jumps with first-timers. Although the micro coffee roaster Keen Bean Coffee might be planted in Mt. Vernon, they make stops throughout the region in their mobile cafe, a truck called the Bean Machine. They make a mean cheesecake, and a Lawrence County Record poll voted their burger the best in town.
The couple are Chicago transplants. But they will come with time. Initially, the facility housed only a few patients but would later accommodate several hundred in the thirties and forties, during the peak of the tuberculosis scare. Although there was no cure for the disease, there were happy stories that emerged from the facility. The weathered facility is closing its doors this year, taking more than three hundred jobs with it.
However, you can see a bit of its history at the courthouse where photographs of patients and staff, along with a few items from the medical facility, are on display.
Where something ends, there are new beginnings. Williams Creek Winery opened in February Tracy, a graduate of Mt. After she and Darrell married, they returned to town and started roasting coffee in their garage over fourteen years ago. We were just a couple of hippies who took a worn down car wash and turned it into a coffee roaster.
When we opened our doors, it was a gamble, but slowly people came to accept our strange ways. Vernon, past and present, revere their local stores, their legacy, and their individuality. You can tell that Tracy is one of many people here who are writing their own stories.
Vernon Arts Council to business people to kids from the high school. Everyone is welcome here. That is what being in this small town means. For tours, call museum chairman Kathy Fairchild at and or Gary Daughtrey at Ripples of the Sandy Hook shooting have reached Missouri. In response, an intensive week-long program in West Plains trains educators in rural districts how to carry concealed pistols and.
This dummy is used as part of a training exercise that teaches trainees to aim for the center-mass of the body, the region that, when hit, will stop an attacker. The adjacent saloon is empty. The early afternoon summer sun bakes the rolling Ozark hills near West Plains. There are ticks in the tall grass, and just moments earlier, someone almost stepped on a snake.
Daisy peers through her aviator sunglasses, assessing the scene. She must be precise when she engages the targets. Feet are shoulder-width apart, non-dominant foot should be two inches behind the other. Your thumbs should rest on the left side of the pistol, aligning with the barrel, pointing toward the target.
Focus on the front sight at the tip of the barrel. The white dot on the front sight should be centered vertically. Try not to shake. Stage the Glock before firing.
Bring it back slowly—even more slowly. Slow is smooth; smooth is fast. Now you have a hot weapon. Continue to inch that trigger back. The weapon is staged. Constant … steady … pressure. The trigger is staged. A shorter trigger pull now, a faster rate of fire. But take it slowly. Her dark ponytail pokes out of the back of her camouflage ball cap. A pair of pink ear protectors are wrapped around her right thigh.
She tiptoes over to Tiger, who leans against a John Deere Gator. The two women survey the tactical range with its static steel targets and impediments. The gallows that will never hold a hanging.
The saloon with no booze. Barricades to shoot around. The staged hostage situation. All are part of the obstacle course. If they pass, they must return for three annual training sessions, a total of twenty-four hours of additional training. If a shooter enters their schools, Daisy and her fellow educators from four rural districts—Climax Springs, Dora, Lutie, and Warsaw—say they are ready and capable of mitigating the attack and able to balance the roles of educator and gunfighter.
They are teachers and coaches and principals, transportation and maintenance coordinators, bookkeepers, and superintendents. They are young and middle-aged, ranging from twenty-nine to fifty-seven years old. Others carry a few extra pounds. A few smoke, and a few dip. Another is a former quarterback. Some of them farm or work side jobs. Most have grown up around guns, using them for hunting and farming.
Nine of the eleven educators have been using guns for two decades or more. Some have been firing the Glock for a year or two; four of them learned how to use the gun on the first day of training. Daisy has had her Glock for three months. The reporters and photographers have added stress. Her child practices with her, imitating her movements with a yellow Nerf gun.
Each instructor has experience on the police force, military, or both. The educators volunteered for this duty, and most of them paid for the Glocks out of their own pockets. They are all parents; five of them have children in the schools into which they will carry their Glocks. Everytown for Gun Safety, a gun control advocacy group, supplied that number.
Daisy is a false name. Their true identities are known only to each other, Shield Solutions, and local principals, superintendents, and law enforcement agencies.
The educators sign a contract with Shield that mandates this secrecy. The price of three days of access to these educators and their firearms training is measured in pseudonyms and vague descriptors. A trainee sits on an old church pew on the bunkhouse deck at Twin Bridges Canoe and Campground after a day of training; she sips a Bud Light and cleans her Glock by the porch light.
Educators ask questions about state statutes, grappling with the legal liability they will incur. Daisy winces in pain when a hot spent shell casing lands in the frame of her sunglasses. Show me your hands! Surrendering to law enforcement in the aftermath of a shooting is a vital part of the course curriculum. The educators say that they hope to never pull their guns or engage an active shooter, especially if it were one of their own students.
Have Daisy ask you this question on the heels of the June 10 shooting at Reynolds High School in Oregon, which followed the May 24 Santa Barbara shooting and stabbing spree. And that was with adequate police response time. In theory, those times seemed adequate. A Howell County deputy could be at Fairview Elementary in fifteen to twenty minutes. The West Plains Police Department could manage a similar time. On a good day, depending where officers were patrolling in the county, the response time could be four or five minutes.
However, there are many variables. Rural and winding roads cut through conservation areas and the Mark Twain National Forest. Depending where officers are at the time of a call, response times could reach up to a half-hour. In November of , Robbie and other members of the school board discussed acquiring a school resource officer but determined that their funds could be better allocated.
Also, they believed if they requested an officer, other schools might do so, which would put a burden on the police force. Additional physical security features—such as more cameras, a security foyer, and exterior door access systems—were also expensive. They needed a costeffective, quick-response safety plan. Martin had provided private security for Fairview after the school fired a disgruntled employee. Greg personally delivered the termination paperwork.
Robbie asked Greg if it would be possible to train a school employee as a security officer through a rigorous firearms training course. Don and his company, Defensive Engagement Concepts, could facilitate the training. It escalated after the Sandy Hook tragedy on December 14, Targets that represent innocents, like this one, are interspersed with targets that have guns on the firing range.
During the training session educators must learn to fire while taking cover. Instructors stress that trainees should not go beyond the barricade without their gun at the ready. Greg thought the Fairview deal would be a onetime gig. As of September , Shield has trained thirty active school employees from twelve different campuses. He wears desert-brown combat boots and camouflage cargo pants, held up at the waist by a tactical belt replete with gun holster and slots for ammo magazines.
His drab, olive T-shirt with a large Shield logo, a lightning bolt within a black shield, is always tucked in. He wears a baseball cap that sports a tanand-brown American flag. His facial hair creeps past Oakley wraparound sunglasses and up to his closely cropped hair.
Minus the facial hair and the cigarette, this is the standard uniform of a Shield instructor. In addition to Don, there are four others: They work as a team, five fingers on a hand that will pat you on the back and punch you—figuratively—in the gut. They are thorough, sometimes training a student one-on-one on an adjacent range. They communicate without speaking and monitor the firing line. They are critics, chastisers, and cheerleaders. They are back-slappers and back-breakers. Derek is the youngest.
Jason is the shortest of the bunch. His body is coiled tightly like a spring, his posture upright, his gait precise when he walks downrange. A former Army paratrooper, he made the final jump of his career on a Friday the thirteenth. Fred has a soft voice and a pleasant grin.
He often wears a. Don is the largest presence—in any sense. I want to hear you yell like that out here! When Don meets with school officials, he wears long sleeves to cover his football-sized forearms that are inked with si vis pacem and para bellum—If you want peace, prepare for war.
The tattoos can come across aggressive. Get to know him first. Thunder rumbles in the distance. The boom of a pair of Glocks loosing lead downrange and the PING of rounds finding their targets is much closer. Gravel crunches underfoot as two trainees advance toward black plywood barricades. Two instructors follow closely behind. It smells like rain. It smells like gunpowder. Daisy looks on as her colleagues run the live-fire bounding drill. In pairs, they start from a central location, acquire targets, and advance toward them using cover and suppressive fire.
The muzzle of your gun should be one foot from the barricade, giving you enough clearance to lean side-to-side and safely engage your target without exceeding your cover. This one is punctuated by one of the frequent, random group quizzes. The trainees respond in unison: Always be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
Another pair runs the course and holsters their weapons. Daisy and Tiger receive last-minute instructions from Jason and Derek: Together, the women get ready behind the first barricade.
Daisy kneels and scans for targets. To her left, Tiger stands and does the same. Don yells at Daisy to back up, admonishing her for being too close to the barricade to safely engage her target.
Daisy is primed for her first shot. A miss—and the last round in her magazine. She smoothly ejects it and inserts a new one. Straight back, straight back, straight back. Tiger moves to cover, five yards in front and to the left of Daisy. Daisy puts another round on target. Her weapon at the ready, she leans out to the right, acquiring her target.
Daisy fires a round—a miss. Daisy gives her the okay. Daisy switches sides, leaning out to her left. Meanwhile, Tiger has reached the second barricade. Both women are unsure of what to do. He waits to see if Daisy will repeat her request. Instead of moving, Daisy leans out to the right.
Daisy ducks behind cover for an instant then briskly walks to the next barricade. Don tells her to keep her left foot on the ground so she can maintain a stable shooting stance. Daisy readjusts her stance. She must keep both eyes open and focus on the gun sight when she aims.
Daisy has been inconsistent this week, though the instructors appreciate her attitude. She practices dry-fires each night to get a feel for the trigger. Sometimes, she psychs herself out. Don and Greg worry that she may not pass the course, and tomorrow is the true test. None of their trainees have ever failed to qualify after the introductory week-long course.
The educators must make the grade before they can become Shield security personnel, dually employed by the company and the school to defend campuses and educate students.
Russell, MD William G. Quinn, MD Dennis L. Abernathie, MD Peter K. Buchert, MD Patrick A. Smith, MD Thomas R. Highland, MD James F. Eckenrode, MD Randal R. Trecha, MD Mark A. Adams, MD Jennifer L. Clark, MD Benjamin T. Holt, MD John D. Miles, MD Robert W. Parker, MD Todd M. Craig Meyer, MD B.
Schultz, MD Christopher D. Farmer, MD Brian D. Kleiber, MD Kurt T. Bormann, MD Jason T. Koreckij, MD Alan G. The Times also reported that in January of , South Dakota became the first state to pass legislation that expressly authorizes teachers to carry guns at work. The General Assembly had the opportunity to override the veto in mid-September, after this story went to press.
Interested teachers would have to write a request to their superintendents and prove that they have the proper concealed-carry credentials and that they have completed a school protection officer training program. Also, the Director of Public Safety would develop and make available a list of approved school protection officer programs to all school districts. Even without this legislation, educators can legally carry weapons in schools.
It is simply the wrong approach, and one that I do not support. Bill Bond grew up around guns. He owns guns and hunts. But he says that teachers already have enough responsibility in the classroom without balancing the role of security guard. Like Bill, they worry that a gun can diminish the educational effectiveness of the school environment. They do, however, acknowledge how arming teachers can be a viable solution for rural school districts with isolated campuses and lengthy response times.
That said, they add that the current school safety climate does not warrant the need for such measures. Ronald Stephens, executive director of the National School Safety Center, says that hiring academy-trained and POST-certified officers is more reasonable than arming teachers.
He adds that schools considering an armed-teacher security program should cite a compelling need for such a policy, which should be established through data-driven assessment.
Kevin Quinn, a police officer and president of the National Association. The mind-set is already there. Michael has advised some of his clients to arm civilian staff, but he says that fires and tornados have killed more students than crazed gunmen: If she carries a concealed Glock on her torso, she plans to encourage fist bumps instead.
She has lost seventy pounds and has some oversized clothes that could help hide her secret. Daisy has always loved kids. As a teenager, she baby-sat and worked at a day care. She has experience with special education. Although she could be carrying a gun, she says teaching will be her focus.
She hopes to become so comfortable with the Glock that she can react without thinking if the need arises. She uses the analogy of defining a vocabulary word: Don says some of his best students have no prior experience with a pistol, so the instructors start with the basics: While the instructors are patient with novices, they must see progress.
They also look for mental toughness, problem-solving ability, physical fitness, and, of course, weapons skills. Above all else, trainees must practice weapon safety. Don and his crew have a nightly roundtable where they discuss the trainees and their progress.
They use a simple majority to determine, hypothetically, if a trainee must go. Don says the vote is always unanimous. We will send a card announcing your gift. And we can mail your free greeting cards to you or send them as a gift from you! Award-winning Missouri Life makes a great gift for the holidays.
Your friend or family will think of you all year long! Visit us online for many more great Missouri-themed gift ideas! Rob returns the smile, gives her a thumbs-up, and pats her on the shoulder. The moment of truth has arrived: From five distances, trainees will fire twenty rounds at an byinch cardboard target with a byinch fight-stopping region, the size of the average human torso and where the vital organs are located.
Five points are awarded for head shots and fight-stopping hits. Three points are awarded for any hits outside of that zone. Zero points for misses. Miss the target completely more than twice, and you fail. Miss the fight-stopping region more than five times and you fail. If you fail, you can try to qualify again twenty-four hours later.
Fail again, and you could be permanently dismissed from the program. The instructors talk to the students to loosen them up. They were serving a warrant on a suspected meth trailer.
The trainees fidget, massaging their hands, tracing the butts of ammo magazines with their fingers, swinging their arms to shake out the nerves. The press will watch from the sniper deck atop the hill behind the ranges; the distance is intended to alleviate some of the stress. The trainees are split into two groups. Half go to Alpha Range, and Daisy and the other half go to Bravo where they will attempt to qualify. Daisy stands on the far right of the firing line. The trainees will fire twice once standing and once kneeling from twenty-five yards.
He calmly and slowly repeats this statement before each of the twenty shots, lending a cadence to the proceedings. What you can see is Daisy taking her time. Derek assesses each target at the front of the range, adding up the points.
Daisy walks over to the pop-up tent near the back of the range. She takes a pull from her water bottle and sits down in the shade, her knees tucked into her chest, her arms wrapped around them.
Derek calls her name. She stands up and walks over to the instructor. She receives her score. Don Crowley sits with his left leg propped up on the fender of an ATV. He motions for me to come over. Our conversation is punctuated by gunfire as the educators run the tactical course, a timed individual exercise following qualification.
Don finishes a cigarette and leans nearer to my ear. Don and I finish our conversation and shake hands. She runs through the course, zigzagging to different firing stations.
At one point, she reloads, which she does smoothly. At another station, Fred surprises her, commanding a tactical reload, which she swiftly executes. Yes, there are some misses along the way but also many hits. Muzzle plus a foot. She advances to the final firing station—the hostage shot.
A center-mass shot would hit the hostage. After four minutes of shooting and running, Daisy must calm her breathing and steady her aim. Keep both eyes open. Inch that trigger back. Pull slowly with the middle of your fingertip. Daisy finishes with a flair. She re-holsters her gun and walks off the range. A representative from the Winona City council declined to comment.
Daisy and I spoke a few times by phone after we left West Plains. She shot an eighty-one the first time and a ninety-five the second. During our conversations, Daisy sounded motivated to start the school year as a Shield employee. Later that month I talked to Greg. I asked him how Daisy was doing. In an email to Missouri Life, she said that medical reasons caused her departure but that she would like to return to the program later. Greg was disappointed that she left.
She was improving, he said. She could do the job. What was my opinion, she wondered, of arming teachers? After seeing this training, what did I think? And so, I told her. Fall is vacation season. That might be the city, where big entertainment, big games, and big fun await. Or maybe a quiet country getaway on horseback might be more your speed.
Savor a few brews. Relax at the spa. Plus, explore the nearby grist mills, Laura Ingalls Wilder Home, and more. Before you hit the hay, taste some wine and fill up on some good eats near these bedand-breakfasts and historic hotels. Make this your starting point as you become acquainted with the vintners of the area. Visit the Durso Hills Bistro for samplings of wine and a quiet morning on the front porch that overlooks the city park. This bed-andbreakfast lies in the heart of the largest old order Amish settlement this side of the Mississippi River.
Enjoy an Amishmade breakfast at an Amish-made table. Hermann Hill Bed-and-Breakfast Vineyard Inn and Spa Nestled in Missouri Wine Country, explore the town, visit the spa, and have a sip of wine on a balcony overlooking scenic views of the area. This home sleeps 15 people comfortably, located less than 2 miles to the Fort Leonard Wood front gate.
This is a affordable way for your entire family to stay together. Stay here where you can spread out socialize and dine We have a deck with grill. Large fenced in backyard perfect for animals and children to play in We will alway be available Home is just outside city limits entire hime We will alway be available Home is just outside city limits less then two miles from Fort Leonard Wood close to shopping and dining Cabs are affordable.
Home is just outside city limits less then two miles from Fort Leonard Wood close to shopping and dining. I would recommend this place to anyone coming for basic training graduation Bob T Good value for the money. Felt like home versus the cramped space in hotels. This quiet, small complex it tucked away among the trees just minuets from Fort Leonardwood and across the interstate from the famous Uranus Fudge Factory! Enjoy a quiet stay just off I weather your here visiting a loved one at Ft Wood or traveling along historic Rt This apartment is cool and quiet with a small quaint living room that is open to a functional and modern kitchen.
There is a large bedroom that has a cozy queen bed and a single bed. For more guests the living room couch will transform to a bed.
There is a private bathroom and a laundry room should you need to do laundry during your stay. If you are traveling with a pet we welcome you but ask that you be responsible for cleaning up messes inside and out. We have done our best to have everything you might need for your stay! Whispering Hills Hideout Yes, near Uranus. Picture perfect riverside camp secluded but only 5 minutes to St. Robert and 10 minutes to Fort Leonard Woods main gate.
This is the perfect family getaway for military graduations or a family vacation. Only steps from great fishing, swimming and floating the beautiful Big Piney River. Sleeps 10 but 8 would be more comfortable. Float back to camp or be picked up down river and brought back to relax in the 3 hammocks provided. The cabin was clean and beautiful.
We can't wait to go back! Whether you're coming for a graduation at Fort Leonard Wood, or just traveling through for the night you'll feel at home! Our house is on a quiet cul-d-sac with a wooded back yard in the Osage Hills neighborhood.
My husband and I live in the house, along with Izzy is our 4 lb morkie. She is hypoallergenic and very friendly with both adults and kids. I currently have two bedrooms listed. Bedroom 1 has a Double bed in it. I will offer an additional discount if you want both rooms.
Please message me for details. You will have access to the entire house. Don't forget to check out the Theatre Room! Our house is located at the bottom of a small hill in a quite Cul-de-sac.
There are only 5 houses on our street. The back yard and deck back up onto 4 wooded acres. The deck is a nice place for your morning coffee. Cozy private bedroom near Fort Leonard Wood. My home is available for you to enjoy as much as I do. You can come and go as you please or stay and enjoy the comfortable shared spaces.
I am 3 miles from the main north gate and miles from all the main restaurants right outside post. You are welcome to enjoy the living room, kitchen, dining table, and laundry room. My pup Harley loves everyone and she will be around the shares spaces when I am home unless we talk about it upon your arrival. I will have coffee available for you to make as you desire. I also have a nice back yard and fire pit.
You are welcome to use the pit but you are required to bring firewood. Make yourself at home respectfully. Our home offers a serene setting in the country where you will find the beauties of nature, such as deer in the backyard, while still being less than a 15 minute drive to the front gate of FLW. Perfect place for the entire family during basic training graduations! House sleeps 12 comfortably. Please read the entire listing, most common questions are covered!
The unfinished basement as the common area, has 2 queen size beds, wall mounted TV with Direct TV, and a queen size air mattress with linens. Kitchen has everything you need toaster, blender, crockpot, pots, pans, cookware, dishes, utensils, basic spices, flour, sugar, etc. You only need to provide the food. Enjoy your time as a family by playing board games provided together or simply hanging out on the back deck while viewing the 5 acres and watching for wildlife!
The home is on 5 acres in a neighborhood outside of city limits. Just 3 miles from shopping and dining. Charming Home near Fort Leonard Wood. Whether you're coming for a graduation at Fort Leonard Wood, or just traveling through for the night we want you to feel at home! My husband and I live in the house, along with Izzy is our 5 lb morkie. This is Bedroom 2 and has a Queen bed in it. Discount offered if you want both rooms, message me for details. This room has a dresser, closet space to hang your clothes and a TV with satellite if you would rather watch TV in your room opposed to in the living room common space.
The deck is a nice place for your morning coffee or an evening BBQ or bonfire. Very friendly and helpful. House very clean and they make you feel at home. This cabin can sleep up to 8 People and has plenty of room to spread out and relax. Fully furnished and Equipped with Everything you would need for a nightly or weekly visit. Cabin boasts 3 large porches with beautiful views from all sides. One of the 3 porches is screened in for grilling and entertaining. Screened porch also has a plenty of comfortable seating and some outdoor games.
Everything you might require and more can be found in the kitchen so that cooking for a large or small crowd will be an ease. You will also be able to enjoy the beautiful walking trails cut out in the woods of the property and there are more than acres to explore and view wildlife. The world famous Elbow Inn is only 2 minutes away on the original one lane Route 66 the old wire road. The Big Piney River is also only 2 minutes away from this cabin and you will find the steel bridge with one of the most desired places in Missouri for family photos, showing the river and beautiful pink bluffs in the background.
The Elbow Inn was established in and has been a Route 66 tourist attraction for many years. Canoe Rentals Close By. A Great Place to Get Away and perfect for your deer and turkey hunters! Hunting approved for the National Forest only which borders this property. All guests will be required to sign a short term lease agreement with the host before the day of your stay. All leases will be sent by email and can be electronically signed. It is a very hassle free process.
This is an automated posting. Would book this place again Kim T Guests enjoy walkout lower level with private living area, kitchenette, and queen bedroom with full bath. A second bedroom with a double bed is available and is also located on the lower level. Great family and nice place to stay. Everything about my stay was excellent. We live about 12 minutes from Fort leonard wood Main gate, through one of the most beautiful drives around.
Our home is clean, spacious and has all the ameneties one needs to feel at right home. The forest views from our home are almost unreal. If your looking for a bit of country but wanting to stay close to town this is trully the place. The place youll be staying at is the Guest Suite. Take advantage of the entire floor, a large master bedroom with a Closet, your own living space, dinning area, large spacious bathroom, a small workout area and a laundry room.
The neighborhood is quiet, we have neighbors but we have large spaces between each other. We love our home its a beautiful country style home with a beautiful view. Spacious Apartment near Fort Leonard wood. Enjoy your private room with TV, WiFi, queen size memory foam bed, desk area for work, and much more!!! Room is newly renovated with new bed, mattress, bedding, pictures, wall mounted smart tv, desk and accessories to await your five star stay!
Located in a quiet neighborhood right next to Lions Club Park and multiple walking trails. We offer a designer bedroom and a well appointed common area.
The Smart Home features a convenient keypad lock for entry into the home and a separate keypad lock for your private space. High speed internet is available for our guests and a smart TV is there for use with your own personal logins. A gourmet coffee and tea bar is available to energize your mornings and unwind in the evenings. Eating out is optional, or enjoy your own home cooked meal in the shared dining and kitchen area.
You are always welcome to join us if we are sitting down to dinner. Quiet and private neighborhood with low traffic. Five minutes to anywhere in town. Right next to Lions Club Park and numerous walking trails. All stores are just moments away. There are some great restaurants, night life, and breweries right here in town!
Let hosts know your style to receive their favorite recommendations. Designer Room in Family Home. Enjoy your visit to the Fort Leonard Wood Area by staying in this lovely fully furnished 3 bedroom 2.
The master room has a very nice king size bed, dresser, T. Both spare rooms have a queen sized bed , dresser, and night stand. Each room has bedside lamps and USB chargers.
Just minutes from Saint Roberts main shopping centers. It was the perfect place for our family. Just in a minute from the main gate of Fort Leonard Wood. Four bedrooms 3 baths. Located 7 Miles from Fort Leonard Wood. Plenty of space and parking. Two full time kitchens and 2 laundry rooms 3 full size bathrooms and large back deck. The new furnishings are Victorian-modern and beautifully accent the high ceilings, tall windows, and lovely wood trim throughout the home.
After enjoying the beautiful outdoors, curl up and watch your 55" Roku TV with free Netflix. The beauty of the acre wild flower filled property is breathtaking. See deer, butterflies, wild turkey, and armadillos. The large front porch overlooks the cedar and oak forest where gorgeous sunrises and sunsets await.
On your porch swing, listen to the evening sounds of owls, crickets, and croaking frogs. Stroll at night and gaze on the wonder of a sky filled with stars. The neighbors are fairly distant, and since The Village is fully surrounded by forest, it feels like you are hidden away from the world. Pat And Sandra T Everything Great Richard T Good place to spend quality time with family. Kayak and Canoe rentals on site. This cabin is conveniently located less than 15 minutes to the front gate of Fort Leonard Wood's main gate.
Great little cabin to enjoy what the outdoors have to offer! Only 75 ft from the river! Our Swedish Country Hideaway is located in our private walk-out basement just 8 minutes from Rolla.
It is approximately square feet of living quarters and contains a full size kitchen with all the basics you would need for a short or long term stay. Our newly remodeled walk-out basement has 9ft. The kitchen includes a toaster, microwave, electric water kettle, coffee maker, pots, pans, cooking utensils, plates, bowls, glasses, mugs, silverware, etc. If you find you need any additional items, please feel free to ask. We also include coffee and tea as well as our exquisite homemade Swedish Saffron Granola along with milk and fruit for a light breakfast.
An electric fireplace adds a cozy touch to the living room and provides extra warmth during colder months. We have a unique Swedish style of decor that adds to the bright, cheerful environment of our Country Hideaway. For those of you heading to Abrams Theater or 3rd Chemical Brigade Chapel in Fort Leonard Wood for military graduations, it is an easy 35 minute drive.
James is also nearby, only 24 minutes away. Lane Springs is just minutes away down Highway There are plenty of rivers in the area, some bike trails, and a few caves to explore as well. Welcome to Cedar Haven Rolla. In a quiet neighborhood centrally located in the heart of Rolla. Unwind after a long day in the relaxing warmth of this newly renovated home.
Located only 6 blocks from historic downtown Rolla and old route 66, 9 blocks from the University of Missouri Science and Technology MST , and only 3 blocks from Rolla's largest park - Ber Juan fitness complex, splash zone, walking trails, frisbee golf. This is a quiet neighborhood that is located within walking distance to the elementary, middle and high schools of Rolla. Safe and enjoyable with great neighbors. Enjoy your private room with TV, WiFi, bunk bed with full size mattress on bottom and twin on top, desk area for work, and much more!!!
Room is appointed with super hero decor, tv with Roku, desk and accessories to await your five star stay! We offer a Superhero themed room and a well appointed common area. Our son is with us every other week and his entrepreneurial spirit is burning bright! He has witnessed us Airbnb a whole home, and another room in this home, and wants to do the same with his room in the times that he is not with us.
High speed internet is available for our guests and a TV with Roku is there for use with your own personal logins. Would definitely stay again! Superhero Lair in Family Home. This spacious two bedroom farmhouse is set on a beautiful acre farm and is conveniently located just four miles south of Rolla.
Spacious Farmhouse at Lake View Farm. There is a queen size bed and living room furniture. One bedroom- fully furnished apartment. This is a large home with a lot of space to relax inside and outside. Large living room, family room and sitting area in front of the fireplace. Conveniently located to Fort Leonard Wood. Enjoy fishing, golfing, museums or shopping in a historic area. This home is set up with everything you need to relax and enjoy your stay.
Fully furnished to include linens, towels, dishes, gas grill, indoor and outdoor games. You can even shoot some hoops. There's coffee, tea, and hot chocolate waiting for you.
A variety of spices are on hand if you want to cook a meal. The home is convenient to Fort Leonard Wood, museums, fishing, swimming, floating the river and golfing. Close to historic downtown Waynesville with unique shops and pubs. We loved over stay Chris T Worked super well for our family get together.
Historic Route 66 Family Vacation Home. You will live very much like native Ozarkians lived years ago. Of course you will have everything you need for your stay, but, it will all work differently. There is no one else near. Seclusion in the trees!! And, oh the location overlooking the broad valley. From the covered porch the view peers into three counties.
This is an original Ozark log cabin that is moved and lovingly restored for an off-the-grid experience. Yes there is a 'path to the bath'--a clean, roomy privy as privies go. There are complete cooking facilities including an old-fashioned gas range, and an icebox with ice provided. All linens, cooking and eating utensils are provided. Folks who stay here invariably love it. The sunny loft area has two comfortable queen beds and all linens.
An alcove contains a chemical toilet from nighttime use. And then there is the large porch and the magnificent view of the river valley. A hammock, porch swing, rocker, table and benches furnish the rustic porch. The cabin is pet friendly. Two dogs are allowed. They must not be left alone in the cabin unless crated, they must stay off beds and furniture, and be treated for fleas. They will love it. The cabin is heated with a simple propane wall furnace but bare in mind that there is no air conditioning in the summer.
A fire pit and cooking grate are located outside the cabin. The cabin in secluded in the timbered hills and overlooks the Gasconade river valley.
Large covered porch with porch swing and rockers. You are well into the country here. Nearest town is 12 miles. This one bedroom with a one bed loft area is great for your vacation stay. The cabin is pet friendly with a 25 per pet per night. There is no cleaning fee. There is a minimum requirement of 3 people per Website hidden by Airbnb beautiful country property is currently under construction with a one of a kind chapel being built with a amazing deck off of a heart shaped pond.
Host a wedding anniversary, or engagement at this one of a kind spot. Great views and family-friendly activities. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and families with kids.
Enjoy your getaway weekend in this newly built cabin offering a cozy country feel. Cabin has a Jacuzzi tub. The cabin is great for a couples relaxing vacation or a family filled event at the river. This location is only 6 miles from downtown Waynesville and 11 miles from the main gate of Fort Leonard Wood.
The guest have access to the bathroom house which will include showers and coin operated washer and dryer. There is also river access with floating options.
Ruby's landin was a beautiful place: Weather was cold but our cabin was nice and toastie! Please contact me first before your booking. One bedroom can be used and it's not far from MST. It's just for person with no high requirements for living. Don't expect so much.
I just want to help you have a roof, in order not to live on road at night. Please make full preparations before making the final decision. My place is close to great views and family-friendly activities.
My place is good for couples solo adventurers, families with kids , big groups, and furry friends 25 per pet per night. There is a minimum requirement of 4 people per booking. This beautiful country property is currently under construction with a one of a kind chapel being built with a amazing deck off of a heart shaped pond.
Host a wedding, anniversary, or engagement at this one of a kind spot. This cabin is welcomes couples, solo adventurers, families with kids , big groups, and furry friends 25 per pet per night. Very cozy and comfortable. Rent both of our 5 star Airbnb rooms together at a discount!
The Smart Home features a convenient keypad lock for entry into the home and a separate keypad locks for your private spaces. High speed internet is available for our guests and smart TVs is there for use with your own personal logins. Designer room and Superhero Lair in Family Home. This place is perfect for a family to stay during basic training graduations, travelers, business people, and other guests.
Shopping and dining in a walking distance. This warm and calm apartment has 2 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom, dining and comfortable living areas, fully equipped kitchen and laundry.
Newly furnished apartment is part of fourplex is located 3 minutes away from the local golf course and less than 1 mile away from free splash park in Saint Robert.
This is a dorm style small bedroom with a loft bed over desk and a cabinet to keep your belongings. It is very basic and nothing fancy at all and the building is mostly occupied by quiet college students. The restroom and kitchen are shared spaces by these students although most are gone in the summer months. It is up to the tenants to keep those spaces clean so keep that in mind that it's not always pristine. The room size is 9'x10'.
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