Rocheport rests on the languid banks of the Missouri River enjoying its place in the Nineteenth Century. Is that Lewis and Clark approaching town?
Take away the blacktop on the narrow village roads and I could be strolling the Rocheport of a century ago.
A visitor can meander along the serene Missouri through a tree shaded path and travel nearly across the state.
Superbly decorated, staying at the Yates House B & B completes the illusion of being a 19th century house guest with old friends.
Rocheport, Missouri: a destination that will calm your soul.
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Wow, Yales B&B House looks beautiful. I just love an amazing B&B.. thanks for sharing these photos and this information
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