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Made it as far as Warrenton, Missouri on day 2. As you can see by the picture, Braddock has become a lapdog. Nice weather and mostly decent roads so far. Tried a short cut in Western Kentucky, though, where the two-lane highway had bumps and dips and a very narrow bridge over the Mississippi River. Probably won't do that one again. Nebraska ...
... a frozen yogurt. Then on to our hotel, a Quality Inn in Foristell, MO. It's an okay place, no place nearby to eat, though. So we backtracked down the road to Wentzville and ate at Bandana's BBQ. The food was very good, and the price was pretty good, too.
Tomorrow we are headed to Omaha, with a stop in Kansas City at the World War I museum there. More tomorrow....
... it yourself at the table. After dinne, we went to a a very interesting bar which was based off a saloon from the old west and where Vietnamese bands sing American rock songs. After a few drinks there we headed to backpacker bars for cheap drinks and then back to the hotel. Wednesday, June 26, Day 17, Last Day: On our last day in Vietnam we were taken on a our of the Cu Chi tunnels, 50 km away from Ho Chi Minh City. These tunnels are where the civilians ...
We were awakened early by everyone talking and breaking camp. Seems odd. If you are camping for Mother's Day shouldn't you enjoy the day? By 10 we were almost alone in the Klondike. There is a little sun, but only a high of 59 today. This camping and recreation area was made after a silica plant was through with it. There is a little lake, people fishing everywhere. Hiking trails going every which way. Tough seeing everyone with their families. I really ...
... Guy plug at the end of this entry. Skip ahead and read it if you feel like I bag on him too much.
We pedaled into Augusta and to be honest, we still aren't sure how far we went. Before we left, I did the math and figured it was about 15 miles. When I reported my findings, the troops were excited about having a short day. We rode on for a while, then Guy did the math and announced that ...
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