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Well, our long awaited trip is finally here! We anticipate leaving home tomorrow by 6:30am with our first night's rest in St. Clair, MO. We will then travel to Elk City, OK for night #2 and our 3rd night will be in Grants, NM.
We have stayed in all these hotels ...
... we hit the 6,000 mile mark on our odometer, whewhoo! Indiana is -so far- the state with the least amount of exits on the freeway, beside Indianapolis there isn't really much to see along the freeway, beside grassy fields and forest.
Before we enter the St. Louis area, we stop at a Aldi to stock up ...
... soil. Starting at 3,000 pounds, the weight is steadily increased to about 8,500 pounds, until only one team is able to pull it forward.
We return back home to our farm so the kids have some more time to play with the farm kids before dusk. In fact, they are helping the farm host to spread oats seed on a field. Wears out some of their energy, great!
... steep hills and rollers. 2nd SAG stop Michelle treated us to pie. Blackberry pie. Marked her down for lack of ice cream.
At 83 miles stopped for lunch in Hayesville with Dave and Vern. The waitress took our orders and giggled as I ordered then asked, 'is that really your voice?!'. I mean I’ve had the frequent comments that people love my accent but my ...
... Sweden, and Canada and from all over the US including, WA, CA, MT, TX and GA to name a few.
It's so interesting how you can gather with people once a year yet it feels like there has been no time since the last time you've seen them - you just pick up where you left off. There will be the same feelings next year in Las Cruces I'm sure. I look forward to seeing everyone again as well as meeting new friends!!