GuestHouse International Poplar Bluff
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... Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Over the course of six weeks we have met dozens of very interesting people, saw some amazing wildlife (more than ten new mammal species and countless birds!), had some nerve–racking border inspections, and did some really cool research (although hard work). My absolute favorite thing about our 10 000 mile road trip (which turned out to be a little longer than 10 000 miles) was spending quality time ...
Ron Kelly rejoins the team in a few minutes, this time for a week of riding. He's a great bloke and I'm looking forward to him coming back. Mind you, he's returning to a load of short sharp hills. The following day Andrea Hodge returms. She's been briefly back in Australia sorting out some business stuff. She's in for some riding challenges too!
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... parks are absolutely wonderful. They usually occur where they have built a dam or reservoir. These parks are very well laid out and have most of the creature comforts required. This park is called Redman Creek Campground and is located on Wappapello Lake. Our site has full hookups and is half the price of a KOA. We have a fire pit with built in BBQ. It is nice to hear nothing but the birds for a change. We set up; put on the coffee and relax.
We have really been enjoying these COE Parks - $12/night for full hookups is hard to beat! Just a couple days' stop here, catching up on laundry and shopping before we head for our friends' Gary & Kathy's house near St. Louis on Thursday.
... the Mississippi where a ferry takes us across "old man river" and even though it's muddy, grey and low we savour the moment, feeling the importance of this great river. David quotes Churchill "Like the Mississippi it just keeps rolling along. Let it roll, let it roll on inexorable, irresistible, to broader lands and better days" - referring to the 2nd World War Allied offensive in ...