Capitol Plaza Hotel
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Stopping for the night in Columbia Missouri after taking a picture of Beetle Bailey. I remember reading Beetle Bailey in the funny pages every day. We had a great day taking the back roads instead of I-70. Saw tons of barns and great houses along the ...
... time wandering around the store and playing with all the cool and unique toys. We were all in awe of the specialized marbles that were created here and enjoyed the experience and the break from the drive. We rented the movie Annie (2014 version) and since we all loved the music so much we bought the album to play as we drove. We belted out these songs for the rest of the drive. When I say the rest of the drive I mean the ...
... the lake, but we still couldn’t get phone or WiFi connections!
We continued our touring into Monroe City. According to the literature we have in our possession, their main claim is a church from 1897with medieval styling and stain glass windows. Well you couldn’t prove it by me, it was closed up tight. Guess we would have to hire it for a wedding or reunion in order to see it.
Next stop on our tour was Florida, MO. (So far ...
... My alternator was now charging both the chassis and the RV battery with the same current. This can cause one battery to be overcharged and potentially 'cook' the battery. After driving several miles I stopped and got out my tools and undid the temporary patch wire that they installed. I decided I could go several days on the existing battery and then I would have to stay at an RV park that had electrical hookups to recharge the RV batteries. I ...
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