Springfield/Route 66 KOA
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- Free parking
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The drive from St. Louis to Springfield was very Beautiful the landscape was just amazing the sun was shining not a lot of traffic at one point we came over this little hill and you could just see forever it was just beautiful!
While in St. Louis we meet new friends Sue and Jim Turmail, we always just meet the nicest people hopefully we …
Visiting our friends Dionne, Andy and Squirt has been the highlight of our trip. We headed south out of St. Louis on the I-44 before getting off and exploring some rural routes in the Ozarks.
The rain was persistent and visibility was limited but the drive was still beautiful.
As we got closer the GPS took us off the rural route and onto some smaller roads. I ...
... he pulled out his harmonica (not a euphemism) and started to play songs... at us. If there had been a dictionary handy, and we looked up the word CRINGE, a photo of Marks face at that moment would have been printed. He was SOOOOOO lovely, but it was time to be on our way... after the 4th tune!!!
After a while, we stopped for fuel. A local Sherif, (Sherif Matt) for the local K-9 section, pulled up to give his pooches a ...
... ended up buying an old ring for me and Clive, a companion for Diane! We the stumbled across a Route 66 shop / indoor archery place / taxidermy showroom place. Outside it had the worlds largest rocking chair. It was HUUUGE! We got talking to an old lesbian couple called Linda and Doreen (obviously they weren't wearing tshirts with "i'm a lesbian" on them, but it was pretty obvious. They had 2 dogs with them called Zoe and Jasper. Sooooo cute too. Linda ...
... that plied the river back in the 1800's. The Arch was quite amazing to see - about 200 metres tall and with the legs the same width apart - built to honour the building of the first bridge across the Mississippi in St Louis which provided a gateway to opening up the western plains of America. There are little tramways climbing up each leg inside the arch and so Greg and I got tickets and ascended up to the top while the ...