Americas Best Value Inn
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... limit. Very easy and pretty drive.
Some construction along the way, of course Jim and I always make friends with the Flagger's ...
... includes a smoke house, a garden, and a monument. Hannah remembers when the site was dedicated in 1957. President Truman came to the dedication, gave a speech, and signed the guest book as Harry Truman, farmer. Forty minutes south of Lamar is Carthage, a city which was burned in 1854 by Confederate guerrillas but rebuilt after the end of the Civil War. One section of town has many Victorian homes as well as examples ...
So we are on our way again and the route out of Springfield immediately takes you into the countryside. So lovely riding along just us and nature. But wait, what is that noise? Intercoms, they must be hissing! Jude can't hear a thing strange. Turn off the intercom. Nope, noise still there, like a high pitched hiss! Cock my head side to side listening to the bike. Paranoia? It is there, darn it! Close the air wings and see if that is where it's coming from! ...
... in Kansas right now because they have had more rain than normal -- it has been a happy summer for farmers. I've forgotten to mention that we're now in the Central time zone and have been since we entered Texas -- we're now only one hour different from Vermilion. We're staying in a nice KOA campground just outside of Joplin -- lots of grass, many trees, and several pretty ponds with some resident ducks. Actually ...
... on the out-skirts of Miami, right on Route 66.
Carl and I spent some time visiting the grave sites. My dad left us much to early and I miss him still. I appreciated the opportunity to take the side trip as I am not sure when we will be back in the area.
After visiting the cemetery, we drove around Miami, Joplin, and Carthage looking at the Route 66 sites. There is a ...