Quincy Comfort Inn
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... for me. I was ready to go into another museum when we heard the calliope of the riverboat and decided we would go for a short boat ride and river tour. That lasted about an hour. The captain regaled us with “Mark Twain” stories as well as others, like the two Indian lovers who jumped to their deaths from Lover’s Leap. (Sounds like it could be a song!)
By this time, it was midafternoon ...
Kettie and I stopped at first SAG stop and went to a cafe where the mug I received wished me a happy birthday. How very kind. We appeared to loiter there for sometime and suffered the abuse deserved for this. Barry then joined us for the second section...and third.
Second stop I managed to find a sandwich that was not fried or was not a burger missold as a sandwich. I am also intrigued about the tax in USA. So there were cookies for sale. 2 for $1.25. ...
... decided to find a campsite in the area and visit the graveyard and little town.
We are camped on Crab Orc***********al Wildlife Preserve beside Crab Orchard Lake.
I spent the afternoon fishing (not even a bite) and watching Meatball swim and charge all over the lake front. A nice steak and glass of vino on the outdoor grill made for a nice day!
We stayed at Wakonda Lake Campground in MO on the 29th. Turns out that it is on the flood plains ...
Got to bed this morning at 2:30a and up at 6a. Lots of last minute things to take care of. Out the door at 9:28a. As we were loading car, Maddie jumped in and refused to get out. Mark had to carry her back into the house! Pitiful look! Just arrived in St. Louis...Flight leaves STL at 1pm. One stop in Newark at 4:30p. Depart for Paris at 5:55p. Will arrive in Paris on Friday at 7a. Realized this morning that we will be not see night time until Fri ...
... tracks run parallel between the highway and the river. It made for a very Huck Finn feel. The town is obsessed with Mark Twain, because it was his boyhood town. Everything is named in regards to him. I saw a sign for "home of the Mark Twain fried chicken!" What? Oh tourist traps.... If I were more into celebrities, maybe I'd be more excited about all of the hype. I stayed at the Mark Twain Cave Campground. It was the only camp near my route. $19 for no water, electric, ...