Plain & Fancy Bed & Breakfast
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... the sheep, oxen, ducks,
chickens, and mules. Another fascinating stop was the Nature Center, complete
with native wildflowers , hawks, owls, coyote, red wolves, bobcat, and bald
eagles. The drive- through Elk and Bison Prairie was interesting, too... lots
of bison hanging around, but the elk were all in hiding.
David woke me up at 6:30 this morning... that is a first. He
... pull-out (Hwy K)..pull out on left after bridge. River typically moves at 2mph, but it was up past 4mph on Saturday morning. After camping on the River at a great camp site Saturday (on the left about two miles past the smiley face) which left us 5-6 miles to the awaiting car. Megan and Sydney had a nice time on the rope swing about half way through our sunday float. Ate at Boo's market in ...
Weather is killer right now. The next ten days will be nothing but 100+ degree days with medium to high humidity and NO CLOUDS OR RAIN. Today was pretty crazy. Brent and I are now on a time constraint to get to Springfield, MO before the 3rd to meet with Benny and Jess as they head back East from Colorado. We're going to be spending the 4th together.
It didn't dip below 85 degrees last night until around ...
I slept in my Van last night and it was so nice fresh air and no air conditioner blowing and noisy all night. The fan in the bathroom of the motel last night was very loud and sounded broken....really annoying. I woke up around 5am due the workers that were next door left for work that early, didn't think about that when I wanted to sleep in the van....Anyway I promised the girls blueberry pancakes for breakfast since the town did not have any restaurant ...
Here they come...deep breath. Click, click is the sound I make as I downshift to my lowest gear. Inhale, exhale, inhale, exhale...I try to control my breathing as it gets faster, filling my bottomless lungs. The air is thick with moisture, yet my throat is dry...it would be an impossible task to reach for my water bottle, I have to hold on with all I got...puusshh, puusshh, leefft foot, rriigghht foot. I pray that I ...