Sleep Inn Medical District
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... which is our minimum goal each day so we're very p,eased with our progress. Tomorrow we plan to leave VERY early so we'll be able to get out and do some site seeing.
Tomorrow we should hit Oklahoma, Texas and land in Arizona... At least that's the plan! Lol! I'll post more as we go although I don't know that I'll be able to on a daily basis but I plan to at least once or twice a week!
Miss you all!!
Paul and ...
... in that time. Tastefully done and very homey. We had a really nice stay with them and hope they can spend some time with us in NY very soon.
Mollie and Marley got along with Squirt and we left them at the house while we went out.
Lambert's restaurant is a staple in Missouri. We had to wait 1/2 hour to be seated but conveniently next door was a cheese shop with ...
Ten Days to Texas
On this long, challenging bicycle journey, I am currently 120 miles, or 3 days west of Kansas. There I will turn south for another 2 or 3 days to knock off Oklahoma and Arkansas on my way to Texarkana at the Texas state line.
Just writing those words seems a bit surreal, but it's been like that for the entire trip. In reality, I now have over 5300 tough miles behind me ...
... and banter with them and they made us feel so welcome.
We were given a $20 voucher for a local restaurant and drinks vouchers for the (posher) Hilton next door. We had a really blast checking in.
Our room was lovely, and the view was into the local stadium.
After a chill, we headed out to Micky Mantles. A nice restaurant situated a block away. To say the food was nice would be an understatement. We ...
... and black-eyed beans. They serve the okra on your napkin ... that's just the kinda place they are.
In March 13, 1942, Earl and Agnes Lambert with 14 cents between them, borrowed $1500 from Tish Jones and with 5 employees opened for business in a small building on South Main Street in Sikeston Missouri. It consisted of a 9 stool counter and 8 tables for a total seating capacity of 41 people. Their policy ...