Super 8 St. Joseph
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Tramirette that I liked. It is a hybrid grape. A not to sweet white.
Next stop was Weston to find the Weston Wine Co. The owner of this winery is also the owner of the Jowler Winery. He was there to pour our wine. We also found out that his wife was the one pouring our wine at Jowler. They keep it in the family.
Then it was time for a late lunch/early dinner. Larry had in mind a brewery that he had seen ...
... 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. ...
Ok sleep last night in spite of having only one earplug. It helps to be tired and to have lots of white noise by way of the AC. Got up early and got in a short workout before hitting the road. Took a bit of hunting around to find diesel for the VW this morning but eventually found some.
Highlight for Lori was spotting a mailbox outside of the truck stop. Woo ...
... gone through at least 4 Springfields on our way), crossed the Illinois River and the Mississippi River, and stopped for lunch in Hannibal, Missouri. Hannibal is the birth place of Mark Twain, so his name is on everything in the area. We rode dead West all day on route 36, but the scenery was a bit better than in Illinois. More crops, but a few rolling hills, more cattle and a turn or two. At one point we passed a farm with black angus cows and we saw the biggest bull ...