Drury Inn Poplar Bluff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... wall refineries - so you really don't want the levee to break, or the US will be redeploying cart and horse for a while.
Upon seeing the first sand bar covered in trees, I immediately thought of Tom and Huck, meandering down the river, pulling up at night to sleep amongst the trees. The river isn't just the longest in the US, but Ole Miss carries ...
... tonight! - and did I mention a RESTURANT! This roughing-it-across-country-in-a-little- airplane thing is really getting to be a challenge! The trend I see is small, municipal airports that encourage small airplanes to stop with cheap fuel and very friendly hospitality. They say it only gets better going west. So, I'm here in eastern Missouri, poised run the convective gauntlet (thunderstorms) between here and Ainsworth in NW Nebraska. Lots of time to watch the Weather Channel ...
... a few white fluffy clouds. Check out the pictures for the lake photos. We head back and have our first BBQ of the year! BBQs are not allowed at the condo where we live, so this is what we look forward to in the motorhome. Our first BBQ is homemade burger, potatoes roasted with onions on the BBQ and a mix of onions, peppers and mushrooms fried up in oil. Yum! Food just takes better out here!
Tomorrow we are off to Oklahoma for another couple of nights. Talk to you ...
We have really been enjoying these COE Parks - $12/night for full hookups is hard to beat! Just a couple days' stop here, catching up on laundry and shopping before we head for our friends' Gary & Kathy's house near St. Louis on Thursday.
... miles one day takes ten times more effort than a hundred miles another day. Today starts with dense fog but by mid morning it clears and we find ourselves cycling on smooth flat roads. Oh what joy! Flat, flat, flat. We clip along and bury 60 miles as we pass cotton fields to the left and soya bean fields to the right. It's warm. We are both happy. The wind picks up after lunch but we ...