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I will start with the quote of the day from Dutch Paul:
"I have a big mouth but deep in my heart there is some good"
What a character and friend!
Weather is not getting much better - we ride in windy very cold conditions (some finger of cold air has apparently come down from Canada and it lingering). We go through Jefferson City and then on the road 94 (lovely and windy which is what my tyres need as they are getting somewhat squared off) to a great ...
... Detroit. There was so much construction we couldn't really get to the arch or back on the freeway...needless to say, been there done that, don't need to do it again. Pulled into Sikeston at 5pm. That's 730 miles road time. We got to meet the old smoky man who ran the campground and played harmonica with his singing dog. It's little nuggets like this that really put the color in our trips. Night johnboy. Ciao for now! Jill and all her ...
... the other side of the road. Seriously? We hoped it was just a coincidence, but realized it wasn’t. I’ll just leave it at that. The laundromat was housed in a storefront attached to a house and when we walked in, it looked like we were entering someone’s basement. The owners proved friendly and helpful so even though most of the machines were out of order, the place was endearing and we were happy to give them our money. They also had a huge ...
... Twain's little town is not in how old and quaint it is; but rather, that it has obviously been flooded and mostly run down and abandoned over the year. The huge dike at water's edge speaks loudly of prior destruction.
With good planning, a good developer, major financial investment and Mark Twain's endorsement, the old town and ferry could be a charming tourist area.
... fall is rapidly passing here. Many of the the leaves have already fallen and the colors have lost their vibrance. But, I love what remains. To me, it is still vibrant. I love the may shapes and contrasts with the evergreen backgrounds, set off by the emerald green farmlands and dotted with varied-color irrigation ponds and ribbons of muddy rivers and streams. What we both observe, however is
WHERE ARE ALL THE CAMPERS, ...