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Yuck. Missouri. I have never liked it and last night didn't improve my opinion. It rained. All night. The rain was not a soothing rain, but loud on my tent top. Just when I would doze off, another round of energetic splatter would start. Lucas and the kids slept with no problem. It was a little cool, and we'll be in our "winter" clothes tonight once we reach Colorado Springs. It's 40 degrees there now. It's 8:55 and we are filling up with gas and hitting these ...
We got here yesterday, after spending a couple days in Pender, Nebraska, picking up the car, tow bar, etc., and getting a tour of the Blue Ox Plant.
The temps started getting quite hot as soon as we got here - and we got out to enjoy the amazing pool very quickly.
This is a large park, but not full at all! It has the most amazing swimming ...
... we are nuts, or unable to read distances on a map or GPS.
Anyway, we have set off this morning (only 1 hour and 40 minutes late). We picked up the RV yesterday before Liam's graduation and conveniently ended up packing up till about 12:30am! I was still trying to figure out who I had asked to stay at the house, take care of cat and dog and give them some guidance on what I was asking them to do. We are fairly confident ...
... at a campground that is close to a lake. We spent the day biking and chilling. We cooked dinner around the campfire, and finished cooking just before the rain started. This is actually the first rain we have had during the day, and that was just while we were eating dinner.
We have driven 1,100 miles since we started....about 1/3 of the way across the US. On to Lincoln, Nebraska tomorrow to see what all the Cornhusker fans are so proud of!
Today consisted of :
4 state lines crossed or bordered in less than 1 mile: South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri
Miles and miles of corn, sunflowers and something that we think is canola or similar used to make canola oil. Did ...