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... the serenity, when I heard the high pitch roar of an old two stroke at full throttle bearing down towards me, a river punt driven by a man with a decidedly swampish down south kind of beard.
They were a lovely bunch, locals from Perryville, out enjoyin' some Saturday fishin', which they said they hadn't quite got to as yet as they kept meeting interesting folk. I had passed them overhead on my ...
Today we went to a "museum". This museum was very cool one could climb around in all sorts of mazes that you could run and have fun in. After 4 more hours of driving we got to Jacob's geodes. We got a hammer and chisel and went to town an those rocks. Bum is hurting less surprisingly. Day 2 ...
... campsite in the area and visit the graveyard and little town.
We are camped on Crab Orc***********al Wildlife Preserve beside Crab Orchard Lake.
I spent the afternoon fishing (not even a bite) and watching Meatball swim and charge all over the lake front. A nice glass of vino and steak on the the outdoor grill made for a nice day!
We stayed at Wakonda Lake Campground in MO on the 29th. Turns out that it is on the flood plains of the Mississippi. VERY wet ...
When winter hands you snow, make snowcones. Idea credit goes to Kara, my cousin-in-law, who makes far more interesting and intoxicating varieties (mine was Kool-Aid with half the sugar - can you believe how much sugar goes into that stuff?!)
Happy Hour is also good for winter, the central theme ...
... and his contribution to American art in the 20th century. (If you're suddenly wondering, American Gothic can be found at the Art Institute of Chicago.) Besides an opportunity to learn, these places are welcoming: well-lit, super clean, with free wifi. I stopped at one just across the MN-IA border. Also, this one offers homemade pie.