Baymont Inn & Suites Warrenton
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After leaving Ohio the weather warmed and the sun shown. Lots of construction on I-70. It was a long day. Tomorrow we cross Oklahoma. We plan on arriving in San Diego on mid-day Saturday.
Beth is backpacking with a friend in Northern California and visiting Big Sur one more time before moving to Colorado. She is a busy girl!
What was marvelous (to me) about the one-lane sections was this: the deep reality of difference between Anne's East Coast self and John's Midwestern self was exposed! The road signs would say "Left lane closed in 5 miles." Then "Left lane closed in 4 miles. Merge right." AND CARS AND TRUCKS WOULD DUTIFULLY AND POLITELY MERGE RIGHT. Anne would protest, "But there are still 4 miles with the left lane open. ...
... to see, and where to spend the night; decision-making can be tiring.
Being tired makes for bad moods.......
One of us likes to talk a lot.
The other is content with his own thoughts.
One of us likes to listen to loud music with a beat.
One of us prefers silence.
We both tried not to take things personally, but of course we did.........
One of us is more of a perfectionist than the other and one of us is ...
Made it as far as Warrenton, Missouri on day 2. As you can see by the picture, Braddock has become a lapdog. Nice weather and mostly decent roads so far. Tried a short cut in Western Kentucky, though, where the two-lane highway had bumps and dips and a very narrow bridge over the Mississippi River. Probably won't do that one again. Nebraska ...
... being engineers, there was no
doubt that Larry and Wendell would enjoy seeing every nut and bolt put into the
assembly, but I found it interesting also.
A couple of things that really stuck with me was the fact that not one
person lost their life during the construction of the Arch. Another was the fact that none of the
workers wore safety harnesses! Can you
imagine OSHA letting them get away with that today?