Drury Inn & Suites Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Today was 106 mile day which was flatter so easier cycling. Again overcast, wore arm warmers in the morning as temp was 68.
Main scenery is now corn fields. Lots. Sadly as the corn has grown so high you can't see over the top so the views are always limited.
Mostly uneventful day. Springfield is a large city and was the ...
... it very much. Many of you might be shocked to know that no books were purchased at the gift store ;)
Our first Roadside Amercia stop was a Spartan Statue at a local High School. It was hilariously awful - you can tell that it started out as a Viking before "being turned into" a Spartan. Bern was a good sport about getting out of the car to have his photo taken with it (and with his REAL Sparty shirt on, too!). A good laugh for ...
... gone and Michael and Christine are picking up our mail. JP's Lawn Care, has our yard under control.
Staying at Finger Lakes State Park in Columbia, MO tomorrow. I'm looking forward to visiting with my new friend, Pearlie. She and her husband are campground hosts. She is a quilter, need I say more?
Jeffrey has doctor appointments at Truman VA on Wednesday. If he gets the green light, it's Westward Ho on Thursday!
... we used was Telaway.
One thing I would say about today is that I have never seen so much cornfields in all my life, they go on for miles. We stopped several times along the way to buy memorabilia from the local shops. PJs bar in Pontiac was great, the hostess and the customers made you feel very welcome, they were happy to chat away with you about your trip and their town. In this liitle store in Atlanta ...
... in 1926 and the signs went up on Jackson Boulevard, Lou Mitchell's was already waiting for them. It's family owned business and offers value for money so don't order 1 egg, you get 2; or 2 eggs and you get 4.
Riding through the city streets was not bad in the early morning and we snapped up parking. As we walked into the restaurant, we were handed a doughnut hole each which are freshly baked on the site, each day. The atmosphere, food and the staff were fantastic. ...