Days Inn Columbia I-70
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... Missouri River" while I'm away. ...rivers can't sense sarcasm, right? Just last year the river rose over 30 feet, filling Cooper's store with over 18 inches of muddy water.
Anyways, really hope that doesn't end up being foreshadowing. Our plane leaves on August 4. Starting to really feel the prelude to adventure!
... the pictures, so I won't list the items here. What was not on the menu but something they are famous for was the onion rings which kept coming on plates as long as we all wanted to keep eating them. They were wonderful to say the least and I ate so many that I couldn't eat my whole entrée.
There is a wonderful small repertory theatre in this little town and we were treated to a great play entitled "Big River". Some of you may ...
... while on the road and pray for special intentions on each of the Hail Mary's.
We had just finished for about ten minutes when we heard a very loud "bang"! Since Pat did not lose control of the RV, we knew it had to be a back tire which had blown. We drove slower and exited at the very next off-ramp. A couple of truckers helped Pat change the left outside (there are two on the back on each side) back tire.
However, when we had really looked ...
... It just looked like it has been there forever...so, I stopped and asked that guy where to eat. He suggested a Greek Restaurant down the road and said to park in front of his shop (I had driven past it)...he ran down the sidewalk after me and remembered that the Italian place across the street serves the best homemade roast beef and vegetables on Mondays only and it is the best in St. Loius. an Italian family runs it. ...
... beachtown boasting one of the worlds best beaches which we layed out in our bras (we didnt plan to be lying on a beach today) for an hour and may have got a little bit burnt. Such a glorious day of sunshine, on a small very cute island we headed back across the bridge to explore the massive park Balboa, intially not impressed we drove into the park to be greeted by some impressive architecture within the Japanese friendship garden. A flying drive by visit to the ...
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