Milkweed Mercantile Eco Inn
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Great lil Eco B &B, loads of locally sourced craft beers and yummy organic food!
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So, for several years, Dancing Rabbit Eco Village in Rutledge Missouri has been on my radar.. I've always been very interested in sustainability, permaculture, natural builing, organic food, alternative energy & life styles. As any of you will know, however, I have been on the road & travelling for years now (see my other blogs associated with this one on travelpod) and rarely am stateside. Well, as usual, a last minute decision has lead to my most ...
... a walk into down...and discovered there was nothing there besides a college. On our way back to the hotel we stopped into the car hire place and they were out of cars...go figure so that ruined our plans for the following day. We went to the hotel bar and enjoyed some cheap drinks and ordered food.
The next morning we did some planning for our trip Michelle booked us a few ...
... knew the challenge that this campground would provide but we decided the reward of being right on the Mississippi River was worth the challenge....which was a railroad track about 100' behind the campsites. Trains run 24/7 here and there evidently aren't any rules or considerations for night vs day use of the train's horns.
September 25th – The next morning, we watched the process of a 1,300' ...
... s camera, and I am not sure what. BUT!!!!! Wait until you see the pictures that I took inside Graceland. And these are basically the only ones that came out funky. For all you ghost followers, check out the wild colors and see if you can see a ghost!
I will be on the train tomorrow for 9 hours, and will post some New Orleans pictures.
Our route from Chillicothe to Kirksville ran just South of Thousand Hills State Park; I have good reason to believe a significant number of those hills lay outside the boundaries of the park. This was easily the hilliest ride of our trip. We were going up, or down, but it seemed like mostly up, the entire day. To make things more challenging, it was hot and humid. I felt unable to sweat since my skin seemed to be covered in an oppressive ...