Springfield/Route 66 KOA
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... She's my dream. Big, quiet terminal, lots of windows. Great place to spend a couple peaceful hours. (I promise we will have more interesting posts as we get further from home) We're having lunch and practicing French. My wonderful wife is practicing hello and goodbye so I hear this,"Bon journee por ...
... Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield provides great information about this Battle and about the Civil War in Missouri through an excellent film and museum. Then a five-mile auto loop road takes you to major points on the battlefield. Each stop has maps, art work, and exhibits that tell the story of what happened in that place. Walking trails provide options at four of the stops. It was fairly easy to visualize what happened at each of ...
... to this store. Of course they also have anything else a hunter, fisherman, camper, almost anyone else would want. I bought a (cheaper) camping chair and a six-pack of socks in great colors – pink, purple, orange stripes. My campground for the next two nights is eighteen miles east of Springfield. Temperatures were still in mid-80’s today but we are predicted to get down into the 60’s this coming weekend. Good news. ...
By the time we have collected our bumblebee, chatted to the folk at Honda, and returned the hire car, it is already late afternoon so we decide to stay another night and get an early start next day. Bumblebee is running great and we are pumped for the next part of our ...
JW Davis Arms Museum
This is the largest private collection of weapons and arms in the world. There are over 10,000 guns. Lots of guns from villains, hanging paraphernalia, World War 2 and from all parts of the world. The 30's was definitely the best era for cool weapons. Barrel-less brass knuckle guns seemed to be the rage... It also has a BR connection. One of the former professors did a lot of graphic arts designs for the museum ...