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... was our home for the night. Dinner in the local BBQ ranch where a chicken wrap and bbq pork ribs were in the menu, two very happy ladies. After dinner we decided we needed to get some cash out, on a hunt to find an ATM, we hit jackpot with a drive through ATM, only in America would this be possible.
12th June 2014
The journey from Thousand Oaks to Malibu was a scenic one, driving through the Malibu Canyon, lush greenry surrounded by a high mountain range. ...
... as it saw me. I did see a nice buck on the trail too. I've seen lots of deer, but coming from a family that loves to deer hunt, bucks always get me excited.
At night, I listened to Monday Night Football while I sat around the fire. This would become a recurring theme as I would try to set up my camping trips for Monday and Thursday nights so I could listen to the NFL before passing ...
... and out of the way detour. You want to talk about rural? There is absolutely nothing in South Central Missouri. It felt like one of the most rural, desolate locations of the entire journey. Despite the twists and the turns, I was able to make it to Osage Beach at a reasonable hour and upon my arrival, I discovered that I had access to a full kitchen and a charcoal grill. What better way to celebrate then by grilling up a nice juicy steak! So, ...
Sunday, Oct. 5th, shoved off from St. Louis for a stressful drive to the Lake of the Ozarks. First the busy 4 laners with the tractor trailers and then the most winding roads ever and absolutely not a single amount of a shoulder anywhere! If you drift even slightly off the edge of the road, forget it. Your vehicle will be rolling around down the bank. Jim drove and I'm sure it was stressful for him. Absolutely no margin for error ...
... with them, so they declined a radio interview with us (which is understandable, but a bummer).
We DID hear back from an at-home daycare with 15 kids in it. So after trying to get flyers around town (and trying not to get too wet while we're at it), we ended our day at the Bright Starts Day School...Jessica, who runs it, was so excited because one of the kids turned 2 today. So John did a ...