Brashear House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Rolling hills, some really quite steep
No real places to eat along way except SAG stops. Cycled with Kettie until rain then some people took cover, I continued so cycled on own until the end.
Chased by dogs. No Veronica about to shout at the dogs. Not impressed
Went for lunch in Kirksville, Gyro mmmm
Dinner-steak and sweet potato fries and salad
... today was special. I spent Thanksgiving with Kurt & Alline at a friends place down the road from Dancing rabbit and felt sooooooo welcomed, comfortable and thankful that emotions were abound. Something to be said about the hospitality and graciousness of the midwest folks. Definately the bread basket of our country. Danae & Aaron (Kurts niece and her bo) were in town and were awesome to meet and chill with as well as Robb and his girl. My days here ...
Just a quickie as I failed to get it included in the post I just made. Please support my friends Kurt & Alline qualify & potentially win, a couple much needed Green Business Eco-grant's. They are doing incredible work here at Dancing Rabbit Eco Village by way of their Milkweed Mercantile Eco-Inn, Organic Cafe and Green ...
... out the last post in a timely fashion so I will be updating the last weeks progress as an accompaniment to this last post. Myself, Nick & Michael have officially taken over the Milkweed Mercantile essentially turning it into the male dorms & social gathering point. Feeling quite posh at this moment as the Merc is a fully functioning B & B with a commercial kitchen and newly offered food co-op ensuring our stay here will be by far the most comfortable of all here at ...
... has caused rapid growth here recently. Infrastructure is taxed a bit (although they are producing 5-10 x's more energy than consuming providing a surplus back to the grid) construction is abound, frenzy is apparent, roads are going in, new phases of development are opening, planning to accomodate new "Rabbits" on every breath, facilities are at capacity, planning commissions are meeting, disageeing, agreeing, slowly moving, grants are being applied for, groups ...