Super 8 St. Joseph
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and collection of broken things and broken hearts distributed across the plains. They had been waiting for their old truck to be fixed so they could head home. The problem with America, he opined, is that a few people have all the money and everyone else just gets screwed. Who really needs a billion dollars, he asks. No one, he says, answering to his own question.
I guess it was inevitable we would go to Memphis. I mean, why wouldn't we? Actually, there are ...
We had four nights at the Basswood RV Resort. It was a perfect place to relax. Our site was right on the Fish Pond where we could see the Big fish swimming around. One day we took a ride to Leavenworth and saw the penitentiary. It was ...
Surprise, surprise! I found a couple of wineries close by so we headed over to try them out.
The first one, Jowler Creek Winery was only 6 miles from the RV Park. They were having a special wine and cheese paring for Mothers Day along with a coupon for a free cupcake at their sister winery in Weston. An offer we (I) couldn't pass up. They had a Norton red wine that is described as the Syrah of the Ozarks. They also ...
... on one side so that we can open the slide out, but it is several feet from the next rig on the other side.
After we got set up, we decided to drive over to Leavenworth, KS and check out Fort Leavenworth and the town. We were stationed there 1984 - 1985 while Larry attended Command and General Staff College. We were amazed at the demolition and construction that had taken place since ...
Today we got a late start because we had to drive to our starting point from Omaha in the morning. We said goodbye to family and took off. Today was the first day that we had to take a very windy path to be able to go the direction we wanted to go without getting on the interstate. Everywhere we rode had been flooded a few years ago. You could see water lines about 4 feet up on houses and most of them looked like they had been abandoned. ...