Americas Best Value Inn St. Robert / Fort Leonard Wood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Time to keep moving east and onto another state- today's journey will take us to Missouri. Heading to Tulsa we hop on the Turnpike- man thats an expensive way to travel when you're bigger than a car. It's also not very scenic, and I'm starting to worry that the road home is now going to be nothing more than billboards and pavement. Already we've noted that the throngs of RVs that were on the roads in earlier states have now been replaced with transport trucks. As co-pilot, I ...
Heading to Joplin. Missouri today.....right on the border of Kansas.....our fifth state. In Carthage, Missouri we visited a beautiful historic courthouse with an antique cage elevator that still works. We "shot" the Sheriff and his two deputies.......so we got out of Missouri in a hurry. Route ...
We left Springfield and on the way, stopped and took a photo of Abe Lincoln's house. We also took shots of Shea's garage which is a bit famous for the metal plaques and old petrol pumps outside - unfortunately, it was closed at the time.
We had a bit of bother actually trying to find Route 66 and ended up back at our starting point, past Lincoln's house. You need to keep your eyes open at the sides of the roads, overhead passes and in front, so we had ...
The first day of the ride... We all got up super early (04:30) as we wanted to leave the hotel by 05:15 for the 15 minute ride to Wayne AL Post, the start point. This was managed and we arrived there at about 05:40 and we placed the bikes in the correct area. Dave and LJ's new found promotion meant that they had to help corale their group's bikes (21 in total) in a specific order. This was achieved and they still ...
... to the interstate and we find the exit to the Largest Rocking Chair in the world. Since we don't know exactly where it is, we stopped at a gas station and the friendly girl there tells us where to go. Much better than a GPS.
We find the rocking chair about 10 minutes later and get a few snaps, Being Sunday here, the shop selling Route 66 memorabilia is closed.
Cindy has found a new campground (I googled this one!) and we are to to Three Springs RV ...