Fairfield Inn & Suites Quincy
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It rained last night, so my tent was drenched in the morning. I had to wrap it up wet and deal with it later, because it was overcast and never going to dry. The road was great, and I felt better. Once I got a few miles in, I thought it would be a great day to try for 100 miles. I was blowing through it even with hills. The best part besides the nice wide shoulder was the absence of wind. I ate lunch behind a town welcome sign on the side of the road instead of going off ...
... Lake manmade and feels it. Not a good vibe around here. A hot 85 degrees. Have electric and blasting the AC-took a short bike ride down to the man made lake-probably 20 feet down! Drought throughout the mid west. corn and soy all look burnt to a crisp!
Hannibal is all about Mark Twain.....so much is the Mark Twain Diner, ballpark, etc. Didn't spend anytime there because ...
September 24th, out on the road, heading east, driving Hwy. 36, most of the way. We stopped just over the bridge to Illinois from Hannibal, MO at the John Hay Recreation Area to stretch our legs and find a campground for the night. We chose the Mississippi River Park in Canton, MO, #19, a small park with campsites that front right along the Mississippi River. Soooo cool! Camping always has it's challenges along with its ...
... moment's notice, extend it when need be and shorten it if time is running out...it's really nice to see him so comfortable not only with his character, but in front of an audience with nothing more than himself, a small suitcase and some juggling balls.
Lunch time was a relaxing affair at the campground...we're under a forest of trees that shake their walnuts down on our RV in the wind and 50 ft. away from the lake (which kind of looks like a river from our ...
... did not know that Mark Twain had written so many books and that he drew so much from his childhood experiences and as an adult researching by going/doing. Also his families history gave a great insight into life at that time. fascinating stuff! There were also several other houses in the downtown area that were lived in by people when Samuel lived there and found their way into his books.
While I was in the 'gallery' I met a group of Australians who were also following ...