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Coopers Landing was the location I first had a hungering for a 2 - 3,000 mile, self supported bicycle tour where I could explore the beauty of the West coast.
I am currently packaging my 1983 Specialized Expedition touring bicycle while listening to live Blue-Grass music on the Missouri River at Coopers Landing Marina. ...
... of these stores, you might want to google them just for fun.
Headed back to Columbia at 5:40PM and arrived back at Judy's home around 7:15PM. I was pretty much wiped out so did not even try to write the blog last night. Hope you enjoy the pictures.
Now for the good news! Pat got a call from Camping World around 4:30 saying the rig was ready to be picked up as it was now in functioning condition. We had explained that we ...
... to start this afternoon and it should be ready for pick-up sometime tomorrow. We are staying with my sister-in-law Judy who lives in Columbia, MO and whose home was our destination today anyway. She picked us up at CW and we will be here until Thursday morning. We were a bit apprehensive about having to take stuff out of the RV and bring to Judy's, most importantly Bruiser! The good news is that Judy has a 5 year old rescue dog the same size and ...
... I am waiting for them to make it well-done for me. Well! THAT was worth the wait! It was delicious. Well done and not even a little bit of fat. ( I hate meat fat!). The creamed spinach and fresh green beans were excellent too. The only big surprise was realizing the woman a couple tables over has lit up a cigarette!! Funny, it wasn't THAT long ago in Huntsville. I am SOOOO glad people don't smoke in restaurants any more in ...
... on-the-nose for a political building?
The tour was focused primarily on the art within the Capitol. The "ranger" told a story of the state raising too much money for the construction of a new building (completed 1917) through municipal bonds; the leftover amounts went toward art for the interior. It was impressive. Opulent dome, statues, paintings; my favorite ...