Big Red Barn RV Park
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... and drove to the southwestern part of Missouri that my mother grew up in, the town Carterville, was in poor shape. But the neighboring town looked quit good. Having heard about all the towns in the area, all my life, it was interesting to actually get to see ...
... Rosy will go with me on my first day so that I can get everything settled.
Rosy and I have been communicating for months and she has sent me many photos. Rosy has sent photos of herself and Lula, their lovely dog. I have also received a photo of the view from the restaurant in Liguria, where Rosy and Guiseppe have a summer home. They are taking me to stay there for a ...
Today we rode off into the rolling hills of Missouri and encountered our first road grade greater than 10%. We expect to see a lot more of this in the coming days. Once again the weather gods smiled on us, the wind was minimal, there was no rain and a bit of cloud cover did not spoil our day. We enjoyed the rural ride through small, well kept farms and had a dinner repast at a local truck stop adjoining our hotel....ah the luxuries of the itinerant ...
... looking into taking me down there to visit. The company is arranging a day in November when the students will travel to Rome for a day or two to do some sightseeing. This is incredibly exciting. I've been dreaming of making my wish at the Trevi Fountain since I was seven years old. I leave in 73 days and I'm incredibly nervous. I'm equally excited as I am nervous, though.
I'm trying desperately to fill up my summer ...
... as I was so hungry and had been salivating looking forward to pancakes after we found this place coming up in the list 30 mins before. The pancakes were ok, the coffee was horrible as usual. I still don't know how they drink it black. Before long we were on the road again and after a few more photo ops we were leaving the state if Missouri and entering Kansas. The Route 66 track through Kansas is only 13 miles long but we found a number of things to look at. We ...