Springfield/Route 66 KOA
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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 …
We're headed to St. Louis but it's too long to make in one leg so we are taking a pit stop in Springfield Missouri. We were off quickly in the morning and back on the road around 8:30. Our first stop was in Wetherford Oklahoma. Wetherford is known for their large wind turbine farm and they have kindly setup an interpretive display including a real …
The Best Western Springfield served up a basic breakfast. Mark tucked into his sausage patties and scrambled eggs, I decided to stick to the toast!!
We successfully managed to get onto Route 66 quite quickly and made our way towards the state line into Oklahoma State.
We stopped to look around a little antiques store called Whitehall Mercantile in Halltown. After talking to the owner, Dr. White, he said that ...
... a fat kid on..... Well eggs and bacon! I had toasted bagels, and treated myself to a waffle. I tried to eat it all, but it was just SO much!!! We checked out and set off in the Mustang. St. Louis by day felt like a totally different city. It was surprisingly quiet, especially for a Monday morning. The traffic was a breeze (especially compared to Chicago!). We went to The Arch and made our way over to the spectacular sight. Mark wanted to go up the ...
... out the great museum. There were a few small windows at the top which gave a great view to the West to the city which is in Missouri and East out over the river to Illinois. We took some photos and then it was back on the road and onto the Meremac Caverns, which are a huge cave network deep underground that apparently Jesse James the outlaw used as shelter because they were so big he could run all his men and horses ...