Comfort Inn Lake of the Ozarks
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... also sent us off with a couple of Route 66 Sodee-Pops, on the house.
This morning we got up, solved a TV episode like situation, (that is a plug) and headed out to have the book signed by Ramona at the Munger Moss Motel. She seemed generally happy to see Newt again. That reaction happens a lot to my dad. Me, not so much.... Anyway she spent about half-an-hour talking the route with my ...
... least 45 mph faster then any posted speed limit... except in town drive really slow ; it averages out that way.
2. All yellow lines mean pass really fast.
3. Double yellow lines mean pass really, really fast.
4. When the wheels scream around a turn, take the next one 10 mph faster (The wheels must have too many squeaks in them. Doubling and tripling your speed is important. It helps get the squeaks out).
As Newt ...
... rescue and went to drug store and all is now well but Lisa now HATES hornets! Met some lovely people along the way ( pity we missed you at the big rocking chair Billie - but we have to move on) The people at Skippys were first class, Thanks for a great lunch! All the other bikers and lovely people who were around really make this trip one of dreams ...
... as it saw me. I did see a nice buck on the trail too. I've seen lots of deer, but coming from a family that loves to deer hunt, bucks always get me excited.
At night, I listened to Monday Night Football while I sat around the fire. This would become a recurring theme as I would try to set up my camping trips for Monday and Thursday nights so I could listen to the NFL before passing ...
... and out of the way detour. You want to talk about rural? There is absolutely nothing in South Central Missouri. It felt like one of the most rural, desolate locations of the entire journey. Despite the twists and the turns, I was able to make it to Osage Beach at a reasonable hour and upon my arrival, I discovered that I had access to a full kitchen and a charcoal grill. What better way to celebrate then by grilling up a nice juicy steak! So, ...