Drury Inn & Suites - Sikeston
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Detroit. There was so much construction we couldn't really get to the arch or back on the freeway...needless to say, been there done that, don't need to do it again. Pulled into Sikeston at 5pm. That's 730 miles road time. We got to meet the old smoky man who ran the campground and played harmonica with his singing dog. It's little nuggets like this that really put the color in our trips. Night johnboy. Ciao for now! Jill and all her ...
It's pronounced "New MAD-rid" not “New Muh-DRID”, by the way. I found that out when we stopped by the local grocery store to find out if they had a laundromat in town. “In New MAD-rid? Ohhhh no, we do not. We used to have two, but the owner up and sold them a couple of years back. Your best bet is Sikeston.” Sigh…Sikeston is 18 miles away in the same direction we just came from. Our lot today is very soft… the elephant trailer ...
... as semi truck beehives hustling and
bustling with movement both directions. As the sun dropped from this beautiful, wide open deep blue sky, semi trucks began lining up at every highway rest stop, truck stop, store parking lot and wide spot in the road. It suggested to us that the economy really isn’t as bad as it is described by some. But, once we left the interstate highways, the ...
... fall is rapidly passing here. Many of the the leaves have already fallen and the colors have lost their vibrance. But, I love what remains. To me, it is still vibrant. I love the may shapes and contrasts with the evergreen backgrounds, set off by the emerald green farmlands and dotted with varied-color irrigation ponds and ribbons of muddy rivers and streams. What we both observe, however is
WHERE ARE ALL THE CAMPERS, ...
... But a big shout out to Magel, Bob, Jill, Morgan and Mackenzie. Thanks for your wishes. I miss you.
Meanwhile, Jim and Vicki went on search for reinforcements, we had a very nice surprise, Don and Rosie and their friends Al and Barb from Defiance, IL, (we have been there to the Little Yellow Farm House Winery owned by friends of ours) came to find us and have a ...