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... called Hermann. Bob and I riding we have lost Dutch Paul again. We arrive in Hermann both our bikes on petrol fumes having covered about 230 miles since we last filled up.
We find a Nick recommended restaurant (Lindee's) that do a specialty catfish dish. Guess who is already there Dutch Paul! He found Wi fi and is most antisocial for about 2 hours. I had the catfish dish it was like a melt in your mouth cod. The locals in the place were lovely and we had ...
... 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 ...
... its tires and took a while to get parked. After parking and because the jump was 120 miles, we didn’t get to the new lot before needing to find the Excursion, packing it up with laundry and taking off again. Emilie came with us even though she didn’t have laundry to do but wanted to get food. Fortunately, we found a Chinese buffet on the way to the laundromat!
The laundromat was on W. Tom Brown St…on the way there, we passed W. Tom WHITE ...
CROSSING THE MISSISSIPPI :
REFLECTIONS AND QUESTIONS ? ? ?
As we drive the 20 mile distance through thousands of acres of farmlands from the freeway to the ferry dock, we have some stimulating discussions about our observations over the past days of driving the interstate freeways and now crossing the wide open farmlands. So far, the interstate highways have been what I ...
... 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, ...