Econo Lodge - Jefferson City
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... only have the pleasure of enjoying a few more days of Missouri's hot, sticky weather before I'll be in Seattle, WA.
Actually, I really shouldn't be saying that as I don't want to anger the River Gods. I'll be storing my meager possessions within just a few hundred feet of the powerful, merciless clutches of the "Big, ...
... so worried about the cosmetics of it but really wanted it to be in functioning. Pat and Judy are on their way to pick up the RV and then Pat is headed to Big O Tires to check and doubled-check the condition of all the tires as well as replacing the one that blew and keeping the spare for the next time.
So we're back on schedule and will be leaving Columbia in the morning and heading to Grand Island NE. Stay tuned for more adventures!
... of Bruiser and they have been running around the house like crazy folks!
Hopefully the pictures can be downloaded successfully from my phone, especially the ones showing the damage. I learned last night that when TravelPod tells me to title a picture, it really means to write a caption before putting on the blog because the actual captions I wrote never showed up in the finished product.
Enjoy reading and please continue to wish us safe travels.
Well...here I am in St Louis. This city has so much history and in it's own old way is really quite beautiful. It is hard to know where to go though. I didn't eat breakfast so I could stop at some soul food restaurant perhaps and have me a locally cooked vegetable plate or something. Easier said than done! At first, I just pulled off a random exit....Turns out it dropped me on... "MARCUS STREET". Funny, because I had ...
... room-size mural showing the controversial social history of Missouri. Think vivid slavery. The kind of painting you could stare at for days.
We were also treated to a dose of history and politics, checking out the floor of the House of Representatives. All in all, very good, yet enough state capitol to last me a year.
Next up, clearly, was a ...