Comfort Inn at Thousand Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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As we left Skoglunds and got on the road back towards Missour - I was snapping pictures of the roller-coaster road ahead when I noticed a Voltage brand of 5th wheel 2 vehicles ahead of us. Lo & behold - our friends Jan & Steve Barnett had left another area of Illinois that morning, and there they were! We made contact via text message - stopped at a rest area, ...
It has been said that the difference between the men and the boys is the size of their toys.
If that is the case (at least where it came to this convention)
Aaron Mayfield of A&M Pyrotechnics would be an old man.
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Got up early and started watching the weather channel, also web doppler radar for the area showing rain fall predictions. Left about 1030 with a plan to turn north about 20 miles down the road, just inside of Louisiana. I ended up on a bone straight agricultural road that was just the way I like 'em; smooth new asphalt scarcely traffic'ed.
Louisiana is broken up into parishes, not counties, and there are a great many churches all ...
... large. After lunch we drove down the highway containing most of the tourist attractions but didn’t stop at any. In the historic part of down town Branson we rode the tourist trolley; and then strolled around, going into several stores but buying very little. We did not find any shows that interested us, that were performing today, so we had dinner back at the camper and watched TV.
... tour of the battlefield and surrounding area. Wilson’s Creek played a significant role in the Civil War as it was the first major battle west of the Mississippi River. We enjoyed our short stay here as it was another piece of the amazing yet disturbing puzzle that is the Civil War. Leaving Wilson’s Creek we headed south on US 65 and our next campground in Branson MO.