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Travel Blogs from Bonne Terre
I've been here for over 6 weeks now and have my 5th lot of campers. It has been an amazing 6 weeks and I've met some interesting characters! My favourite camper so far is a lady I had last week called Debbie. She is 60 years old and one of the loveliest people I've ever met. Spent most ...
Turns out St. Louis was going to be about 125 miles and when I got to 80 I was feeling pretty beat. Today's ride was different than any other days. It started out with 30 miles of flat riding and turned into 15 miles of steep ups and downs. The hills were difficult but I got through them and it flattened out for the rest of the day. It was about 90 degrees all day and very humid with a breeze in my face so ...
... br> children running with abandon and laughing. They discovered a large mat at
the end of a pole vault which became an instant favorite to jump around on.
There was a bit of a walk down the drive to the tent so John
and I both had to make sure we left early enough so we weren’t late for our
jobs. I’m so glad we’re parked on pavement because it’s supposed to rain pretty
... and again, overrun by mosquitoes. During the
days, we rode up and down the main road in the park called "The Trace"
... several side roads, too. We constantly spotted wild turkeys in fields and
on roadsides, saw several deer, and lots of roadkill armadillos. We visited the
historically restored "Homeplace" - a working farm village with
docents in period costume. Maggie was ...
... so they had the equipment and expertise. But to see it you are still impressed! And it is stocked with fish. The marina holds several boats on hydrolic lifts. We spent one afternoon on the lake in Larry's new boat. Pete's been fishing but hasn't caught the big one yet...one of their grandsons caught a 7 lb bass, so Pete has some competition. Today we went to St Louis for a Cardinals game. At 11 am we were drinking a beer and having lunch at ...