Drury Lodge Cape Girardeau
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Travel Blogs from Cape Girardeau
... we headed off on our way to the Shawnee Hills wine trail, bypassing St Louis as we thought it would take too much time. The highway along the Illinois River was a spectacular section of road with bluffs and cliffs on one side and the waters edge hugging the road on the other as tugs pushed barges up and down the river. After the confluence with the Mississippi River our route took us ...
... get a Mark Twain magnet and some books. It was very small town, I had to show the old man how to use the credit card reader...it took 15 minutes to spend 11 bucks, lol! We decided that we absolutely could not bypass Saint Louis and it's infamous gateway arch...boy were we surprised when we got a look at the city itself. If it wasn't under construction it was run down, burned out, or covered in graffiti. Jeff says, probably still ...
... is parked on the street with orange cones blocking off a walkway for people as cars pass them on the side. And the elephants are set up quite a distance away too.
Today’s a lot and license town and it seems our free kids tickets that were left around town by our bill poster, Al, did the trick to advertise and bring people in. I didn’t have as many people ask me why we didn’t have a tent up (I suppose they just assume we ...
I think we finally have this camper about ready to go. We've done a lot of work trying to make it feel less like a trailer and more like home.
Lots of paint, removing old furniture, adding paneling. Switched out the queen bed with a twin and a toddler bed, and built a couch/bed contraption for me and Molly where the old air bed sofa was.
It feels really good in here. Now if everything will hold up on the road, we should be fine.
... went several hundred miles out of our originally planned route was to avoid the predicted devastating storms – we see that we are just behind one storm and just ahead of two more coming behind. Amazingly, we seemed to have traveled within a storm break all the way – storms ahead ! storms behind ! All the way from the pacific northwest. Other than a strong tail wind pushing us along, we never saw even a glimpse of them.
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