Arbor Suites Medical Mile
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... A. Royd but it would appear my comfy sheepskin seat cover is forestalling that. It might just be the best 100 bucks I ever spent!
Add a comfy seat to the fact that I no longer smoke (my year anniversary is Sept 6th!) I no longer have any reason to stop unless there is something I want to look at closer. I have driven, at times, over 380 straight km which is about my 90% of my fuel range on 23L of gas.
I had planned to use a ring road to skirt the majority ...
... the narrow streets our view of the house was limited. After leaving Independence we headed west on US Rt. 24, south on I-235, I-49 and MO Rt. 7 south to the city of Clinton; and then south on MO Rt. 13 to Springfield MO where we found a small campground on the south side of the city. Today Valerie did not take any ...
... about 75 miles of moderately steep rolling hills to our third "______ Grove" of the day to take a break in Fair Grove, pop 1300. The mayor stopped by to tell us that tonight is their annual Ice Cream Social. A colorful cross-section of folks, including some campaigning politicians. Ate pulled pork to support youth activities, drank a Coke to aid the Senior Center and soon will have pie and ice cream for ?the community ...
... whole Springfield scene. Good friends (and animals). Apologies to Chewy for placing the delicious chocolate bar within his reach, but I learned that just a little peroxide, and little run around the yard, and a little patience will bring it right back up! Updates to follow on the trip. See you all the next time I ...
... including boat rides and zip lines.
Our next stop was Cuba where we had a light beer in The Rose which was a small local roadside bar on the outskirts of the town. We preferred to stop at these smaller places as they have suffered the most since the building of the interstates in the 1950s.
The highlight of the day was at The Elbow Bar at Devils Elbow. When we pulled up to take some photos an old biker appeared from inside and asked if I wanted a photo ...