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Today we ride a huge 539 k's to Joplin
Oh my, 300 miles and a late start, got out at 8.30 and arrived at 7.30 at night. Last hour we were riding into the setting sun.
So today we saw some real R66 road. Rode over some brick blocks as the surface and found some concrete dual highway. We did the Rocking Chair and the biggest sweet shop in the world.
A lot of I44 at 75mph to cover the distance.
... on Tuesday. So they will be easy days of only about 4 hours each day. As we were leaving Sedalia going south, we met about 15 RVs headed north into Sedalia. There is another rally this week and Bob said he heard that another one will be going in after that. They are going to be busy, but at least they are using the fairgrounds for something besides the fair. After making our obligatory Walmart stop, we ...
... T'shirts and all sorts of memorabilia from the ride.
While we were there a number of german bikers arrived who we had seen at various spots along the way. Typically, they did not pass on the message that Russell was trying to find us and had been all day.
While at this stop, a man turned up in a car called the "Phantom" and stated that there was only 2 left in the world - I must say, it was ...
... We put 18 (US) gallons of gas in the tank and $59.20 in the till. This was the first time we had filled up and it was a nice feeling that, whilst we were going to do about 3000 miles in two weeks, we would only spend about $30/£20 a day on fuel. Route 66 through Missouri would wind its way towards Kansas and cross back and forth over I-44. We were getting used to this already as we were familiar with the hand-drawn Route 66 map and its directions we were following. We also ...
... we took a highway that was marked senic. I guess Kansas must have different standards for senic, such as, a view from a hill that you can see maybe a half-mile away. Other than that, zilch. But it did take up some time, and was easy driving, so no complaints.Got to the hotel about 3:45, and had supper at another Outback Steakhouse, which was across the street from the hotel. We've eaten at Outback twice in the last ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed