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... 65 miles in, I stopped at a store. Two guys walked up and were blown away by my bike. They wanted to know all about it. They thought it was hilarious and had never heard of bike touring. Their reactions were very over the top and amusing to me. I got a few miles of flat but once I got into Hannibal, it got super steep. I got to my campsite at 98.2 miles, so I biked further down the highway. I'm glad I did, because I got to see some cool sights of the Mississippi ...
... Lake manmade and feels it. Not a good vibe around here. A hot 85 degrees. Have electric and blasting the AC-took a short bike ride down to the man made lake-probably 20 feet down! Drought throughout the mid west. corn and soy all look burnt to a crisp!
Hannibal is all about Mark Twain.....so much is the Mark Twain Diner, ballpark, etc. Didn't spend anytime there because ...
... did not know that Mark Twain had written so many books and that he drew so much from his childhood experiences and as an adult researching by going/doing. Also his families history gave a great insight into life at that time. fascinating stuff! There were also several other houses in the downtown area that were lived in by people when Samuel lived there and found their way into his books.
While I was in the 'gallery' I met a group of Australians who were also following ...
... history, literature and science. This is the cave that is based on the story Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Let your adventure begin. Tours have gone through since 1886, marking Mark Twain Cave Missouri's oldest showcave Missouri dating back to 1886. The cave has been open and shown continuously during all the wars, the great depression and today. Come see for yourself all the natural wonder, beauty and the history, fictional and non-fictional, that the cave has ...
... Lincoln. He explains how the eyes come alive through the experiences the man felt.
Another dramatization about Ghosts of the Library was truly and sight to behold. The narrator comes on to the stage and starts talking about how the stories can come alive when visiting the library and then ghosts come flying out of the book he was sitting in a chair reading. The whole 20 minutes was totally mesmerizing. However there were no words to explain how you ...