Days Inn Ripley
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We drove on the Caruthersville, MO to the Lady Liberty RV Park and Casino. The Casino is a barge on the Mississippi. The reason we stopped here is because we are going to do some research about the mother’s family in Cooter, MO and Bradford, TN on the way home.
It is very hot here in southern Missouri, or Misery as our GPS lady calls it.
We went to dinner at the casino ...
... can find any information on places
to go and suggest ways to fill any short gap that pops up. Bill could
drive forever, but doesn’t need to since Tom and Marcus volunteer whenever
3) The freaking United States of America.
There is no other country you could do what we are doing as easily, cheaply,
and safely as we are. Every American ...
... concrete pads, 50 amp electricity and full hookups for $20 per night. Unfortunately, Missouri does not have non-smoking areas in their restaurants and casino, so we didn't partake. This gave Nancy time to cook supper and wash some clothes; … ah, life is ...
... accès au terrains de baskets, salle de musculation et
piscine (4euros chacun), mais ne profitons que de la douche, on a du
pays à voir! Ah quel bonheur, sentir bon (attention nous n'avons
jamais senti mauvais!) et rafraichir nos corps de la tête aux pieds,
on ressort plus léger et surtout détendu, prêts à affronter
Memphis. Mais comme la journée en a décidé autrement, sur la route
le camion à quelques mètres devant nous se met à fumer très
violemment, nous ...
... Arkansas state line which was the 'Mighty Mississippi River'. Wow what a sight!! We stayed well away from the Memphis skyline and the congestion of the road construction.
We turned off I-55 for a short cruise through a small town called Osceola (named for the Seminole Indian Chief), then hit the 'Super-slab' once again heading north. We arrived at ...