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After leaving Ohio the weather warmed and the sun shown. Lots of construction on I-70. It was a long day. Tomorrow we cross Oklahoma. We plan on arriving in San Diego on mid-day Saturday.
Beth is backpacking with a friend in Northern California and visiting Big Sur one more time before moving to Colorado. She is a busy girl!
... rest stops confirmed that the farmers alternate years for the corn and soybean fields because the soybeans sequester nitrogen in the soil. I wondered if the seeds for all these fields of identical crops were GMO Monsanto seeds.??
Spotted the first of what will be many oil well pumps in farm fields. Didn't take the exit where billboards exhorted us to stop to see the world's biggest golf tee and ...
... encounter: the Lewis and Clark Rendezvous, Missouri's First State Capitol, origin of the Boone's Lick Trail and home to Daniel Boone."
We decided to take a short walk through downtown. The main street resembles Annapolis Maryland with the red brick streets and side walks and the historic buildings.
It is a combination of ...
... and a three hour, eighty-mile drama to find accommodation! It was Saturday night, there was a baseball game on (St Louis Cardinals are quite popular, being the 'World' champions) and there were obviously some other events on too, so we could not find a room in St Louis for love or money. We decided against following the advice of one hotel receptionist to head out east where the budget motels were, as we'd just come from there, so went west instead, ...
... when she saw Donkey. She corned Donkey and so Donkey, noticing that the dragon was a girl, started to compliment her teeth and that she looked very scaly today. Dora blushed and started to hit Donkey with her tail as a sign of affection. Donkey told us to go because he could handle it so Fiona and I went along. We reached the top and saw Bilbo waiting for us there. He said that he transformed into a Knight and had ...