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... up front at these stops). We got in just after sundown and went straight to a Casino at the tri-state border (Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma). They had "motorcycle parking only" very close to the entrance (this made Jim very happy). Had a great dinner buffet and found a hotel. Checked in after 10 pm. A long ~750 mile day but a good day overall.
... 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 ...
... after the storekeeper. During the early days of Route 66 three grocery stores, a drugstore, variety store, blacksmith shop and garage serviced the highway traveler. After W.W. II, during the time of the great highway boom, the town expanded to 15 – 20 businesses to accommodate the traveler. Today Halltown still has a few surviving businesses including the Whitehall Mercantile. At Carthage we took the opportunity to stretch our legs with a visit ...
Well, I didn't have to debate much about seeing the Blue Hole... I asked if we could go see what it was, and Larry said "sure". It wasn't much, but it still was pretty cool. ... and literally cool too! That was water was only about 63 degrees. I really did want to get in it and swim, just to say I had. But, I had just showered before we got there... So, I settled for going down the ...
... are little beggars -- I found out they like Cheerios! I had to take a picture of a big building mural in Joplin -- talk about beautiful public art. Today I visited the Precious Moments Chapel and Gardens in Carthage, MO -- there are rolling hills, wooded areas, streams, and gardens with statuary and fountains that blend beautifully with the natural setting. The chapel itself reflects the true artistry of ...