Big Red Barn RV Park
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Well, I didn't have to debate much about seeing the Blue Hole... I asked if we could go see what it was, and Larry said "sure". It wasn't much, but it still was pretty cool. ... and literally cool too! That was water was only about 63 degrees. I really did want to get in it and swim, just to say I had. But, I had just showered before we got there …
We knew we had a 700 mile plus day ahead so we left Denver in the dark, just before 6am to beat the rush hour ("Colorful Colorado" wasn't very colorful). It was a little cool (around 50), misty and very windy. Daylight came around 7 but I don't think we saw the sun till after 2. Just damp and misty with a strong head wind (in our face) for ...
... learned the difference between a battle and a skirmish. To be considered a battle, several conditions must have been met: the armies of the two sides must actually face each other to fight; both sides must have a representative flag; each side must have a complete army including calvary. As noted in the Jefferson City museum, Missouri’s peoples were split in their support of the Union and the Confederate ...
... are little beggars -- I found out they like Cheerios! I had to take a picture of a big building mural in Joplin -- talk about beautiful public art. Today I visited the Precious Moments Chapel and Gardens in Carthage, MO -- there are rolling hills, wooded areas, streams, and gardens with statuary and fountains that blend beautifully with the natural setting. The chapel itself reflects the true artistry of ...
... dogs, but the fireworks that surrounded our house all day and night were an added layer of stress for them. Chelsee handles this stuff pretty well, I think she was actually ****** that we were packing rather than sad. She stayed in bed except when the fireworks were really bad and she was under our bed. Hydee, on the other hand, was a wreck. She stayed right at our feet, jumped in our lap as soon as we ...