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And Todd told me to.....
Well I was wondering how to cope with
the four long driving days between Denver and Chicago and Todd and
Amy suggested to take the US 36.
So I just did it and yes it was a
wonderful advice, I went to the very beginning in a small town called
Strasburg and took the straight blue highway toward the East until I
reach the Mississippi river in Hannibal, birth place of Mark twin.
Leaving my beloved Colorado, I ...
Drove forty miles into Hannibal this morning. Not many tourists in town so it was quiet. Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum was well-done. Lots of pictures and quotes on the walls, good narrative, excellent DVD playing with great detail on his life. Becky Thatcher and Huck Finn's houses included detailed descriptions of the real people the characters ...
... and the homes of the friends that gave Twain the inspiration for beloved characters Huck Finn and Becky Thatcher. We enjoyed two different Mark Twain museums, one of which had interactive exhibits that the kids enjoyed and a Norman Rockwell exhibit upstairs.
After enjoying ice cream (the kids) and a beer (Rees & I), we headed back to Mark Twain SP. I whipped up a quick spaghetti dinner and took advantage of the shower house directly behind our ...
... amp; our free parking at the Cardinals’ stadium ended before the Arch tour would be finished. He stayed with the rig in case he had to move it.)
We made it to Mark Twain State Park near Hannibal, MO. We got set up and left immediately to hear the park naturalist talk about stars. Turns out, mid-August is the perfect time to see falling stars since the ...
... a sandy beach area. We swam in the lake (wow, was that water WARM!) for about 1 ½ hrs, and returned to our campsite to make dinner.
After a dessert of chocolate chip cookies (thank you, Marilyn!), we got ready for bed. I read the first chapter of one of the National Park mysteries to the kids. ("Wolf Stalker" in Yellowstone NP) Annie journaled a little bit before bed while Rees researched our next stop. Where will we be tomorrow?? Who knows?