Econo Lodge - Jefferson City
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Saturday we spent exploring the area around Mark Twain Lake. We started at the Visitor's Center attached to Clarence Cannon Dam. There is a nice viewing area where you can overlook the dam and view some of the lake. It is a very large lake, or at least seems so. It also has a Viet Nam Memorial for the Northeast Missouri killed in Viet Nam. They have it broken down by months and the dates they were killed. There are lots of campgrounds of various sizes and ...
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From the journals: The men in the boats were impressed with the beauty of the country that lay on both sides of the river. Clark observed: "Fine land above and below.... Delightful Timber of Oake ash walnut hickory &c &c." Charles Floyd remarked: " A Butifull a peas of Land as ever I saw walnut shoger tree (sugar maple) ash and mulber (mulberry) trees."
... to check on a few things, but a couple of the things we were thinking about getting they didn't have and they had not unpacked the delivery truck as yet, so we went back today. Still didn't have what we were looking for. There is something wrong with our propane tank, it has a leak when we turn it on, so while at camping world, we purchased an induction cook top, one eye only, so now we pray for warm weather, so we don't have to use ...
Because how else does one one prepare for a hike except by downloading apps?
It's dawning on us that we really are doing this in just a month. I keep googling "TMB fitness level" hoping to find reassurance that my daily flat walks to and from work are somehow preparing me for mountain trekking. Google has not offered much reassurance as of yet.
Tonight Mike is reading our guidebook and I'm testing Travelpod.
Work was the same as usual, scan a book, shelve a book. Lunch was pretty good, sandwich, chips and an apple. The afternoon was a long four hours, full of lies and deceit. Sweltering heat finally got to me at about two o'clock but I knew I only had an hour left so I pushed through it. When that final bell sang out it was like music to my ears, a sweet serenade. ...