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... seven years
The names of the little towns along the
highway are by themselves a story teller of the provenance of the
pioneers who come along and settled their new homes in the hilly and
greenish valleys of Kansas.
Cameron, Blair,, Macon Paris, fairview,
prairie view, New London, Lebanon, Marysville, Accra but the few that
I really stopped for are ;-”Home' which its slogan is “Nothing
better than ...
The morning started with breakfast under the wing. Having raided my emergency provisions kit, I rediscovered all sorts of goodies. I knew I could boil water, and I always have my portable espresso machine with me to avoid the inevitable coffee desert.... But I also found the Porridge Bars that I had bought in Scotland, which are frankly just the best. Simple things.... Talking of which, meet my travelling ...
... illustrated Mark Twain and Huckleberry Finn - they had his original paintings. We tried out some of Mark Twain Brewery's fine beer before returning to the boat. Walking through town you would be forgiven if you thought Mark Twain was the only famous person to come out of Hannibal - not so, Molly Brown from the Titanic fame also from Hannibal. Sightings: squirrels, ...
... 8217;s Leap and traveled past Tom Sawyer’s island.
The Trolley wasn’t going this afternoon and the Mark Twain actor was in Japan this week. So… coffee and checking emails at Java Jive, then a stop at the Tourist Welcome Center for brochures and maps. Back to the campground for dinner and to plan out the next few days of the ...
... Hannibal is thriving. We started our day climbing the Cardiff Hill up to the light house. From up there I saw a pretty good view of the town of Hannibal and the Mighty Mississippi. I’m sure that when Sam Clemens lived there, the view was much better since the trees would have been much younger and shorter. It is 244 steps from the street up to the light house. (Do not remember climbing those steps 50 years ago.) ...