Country Hearth Inn & Suites Fulton
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... And trust us, it wasn't always easy (especially for the one who always thought she was right).
Flexibility was key. We were both open to changing our plans for the day if something better came up or if the day wasn't working out quite the way we had hoped.
Having our own personal space where we could retreat to read, relax or sleep was a lifesaver.
After we get back, Jim has volunteered to be a camp host once ...
... through. I have found that on this trip there are very frequent times that I don't know what state I am in. Like today I drove into Indiana but for about an hour I thought I was still in Ohio. A lot of the times I think this happens because many state lines are on rivers so the "Wecome to ___!" signs aren't as easy to spot. I think it's fun to not have any idea what state I'm in.
I was driving through St. Louis, Missouri and saw one of ...
Coopers Landing was the location I first had a hungering for a 2 - 3,000 mile, self supported bicycle tour where I could explore the beauty of the West coast.
I am currently packaging my 1983 Specialized Expedition touring bicycle while listening to live Blue-Grass music on the Missouri River at Coopers Landing Marina. ...
... the pictures, so I won't list the items here. What was not on the menu but something they are famous for was the onion rings which kept coming on plates as long as we all wanted to keep eating them. They were wonderful to say the least and I ate so many that I couldn't eat my whole entrée.
There is a wonderful small repertory theatre in this little town and we were treated to a great play entitled "Big River". Some of you may ...
... damage, I was overwhelmed! We were dripping fresh water so I thought we had ruptured the water tank. The gas cap had been ripped off and is now somewhere on I-70. The water pump was hanging at a very strange angle, so we weren't sure of the extent of the damage to it.
After changing the tire, we got back on the road and found the Camping World location about 40 miles away. The first employee we talked to obviously had flunked his course in ...