Whiskey Mansion Bed & Breakfast
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... Tramirette that I liked. It is a hybrid grape. A not to sweet white.
Next stop was Weston to find the Weston Wine Co. The owner of this winery is also the owner of the Jowler Winery. He was there to pour our wine. We also found out that his wife was the one pouring our wine at Jowler. They keep it in the family.
Then it was time for a late lunch/early dinner. Larry had in mind a brewery that he had seen ...
... Bell Hall (the center piece of the Fort and the building where CAS3 and CGSC classes were held) had been torn down and the Lewis and Clark Center had been constructed - a huge multi winged building! Also, the old Disciplinary Barracks (the Army's Penitentiary) has been replaced with a new facility. The old facility is now office space.
We also learned that the quarters we lived in (a ...
... wind in my face all day but I pushed on and made it to where we were hoping to go. It was the first hot day I've had the entire trip and I ended up shedding a few layers of clothes. It had just gotten dark when I rode into St. Joseph. I was pretty tired from battling the wind all day and was very happy to see a dairy queen. Tomorrow I will shoot for Chillicothe which is about 75 miles from St. Joseph. Today was difficult but I made it 69 ...
Ok sleep last night in spite of having only one earplug. It helps to be tired and to have lots of white noise by way of the AC. Got up early and got in a short workout before hitting the road. Took a bit of hunting around to find diesel for the VW this morning but eventually found some.
Highlight for Lori was spotting a mailbox outside of the truck stop. Woo ...
... a complimentary pizza lunch at camp, and then loaded up in the Subaru and headed to Kansas City to shop. Along the way, we stopped at Pumpkins ETC., where the boys charged over, under around and thru the mazes while we shopped for concord grapes, pears, gourds & pumpkins.
In Kansas City, our shopping was interrupted when we came out of a store to discover a flat back tire on our car. Dex valiantly sent us off to ...