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Nevada [pronounced "Nah-vay-duh"], Missouri. Our plan was to stay in Nevada, MO with the intention of visiting Ft Scott National Historic Site, but it happened to be right in the midst of the government's shut-down. As a result, we explored the small town of Nevada and the Harry S Truman Birthplace State Historic Site in Lamar, MO.
Nevada is home of Cottey ...
... at a Muskogee McD's for a quick bite to eat, then back on the road. About 3:50 we crossed into MO and pretty much left the major interstates. We traveled a minor interstate (I 49) to a little place called Nevada, MO where we turned onto US 54 which took us into El Dorado Springs where we were to be for the night. When I plan a route and try to find a campground, I use RV Park Review and look at all the campgrounds ...
Wednesday morning stop at McD's for wifi and breakfast Then headed for Kansas and the prairie-lands. Staying off the interstates is such fun... more time to see the land.
Wednesday night in Kansas was spent at Tuttle Lake St. Park near the town of Manhattan. The license plates here say "The Little Apple". Another quiet, chilly evening... up early and out to head north toward Nebraska... along state ...
... out. After we went to Cabela’s we ate lunch/dinner at a Chilies. I got a grilled cheese and a salad. Then, we went on a 3 hour drive to a state park in Kansas.
July 12 - by Katelyn
Today we went swimming and fishing
The first thing that we did today was ride around the campsite to check out a few places. At one of the places, dad got a ...
Judy and Phil were invited to a day trip by My cousin Bob and his wife Billy. It took 1.75 hours to get there. There was a festival going on up and down the Main Street. We toured the actual site of Fort Scott. They did a fantastic job of restoring the site. You could really see ...