Fairfield Inn & Suites Columbia
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Stopping for the night in Columbia Missouri after taking a picture of Beetle Bailey. I remember reading Beetle Bailey in the funny pages every day. We had a great day taking the back roads instead of I-70. Saw tons of barns and great houses along the ...
... hours. Of singing Annie songs, continuously. We settled into our hotel and dinner time and I took the girls swimming while Carrie went out and picked up some southern barbecue - yum! It was a long day but fun with lots of laughter and songs! I wish I had videoed Phoebe singing "Little Girls" she does a mean Ms. Hannagian. Also Claire has pretty much memorized the entire album and belts it out at the top of her lungs! ~Bethany Miles ...
... to Mexico, Columbia and now Florida.) Florida has the distinction of being the actual birthplace of Samuel Langhorn Clemons. There in the Mark Twain State Park, they have the actual house he was born in back in 1835. They also have some pictures of Florida through the years. We drove over to what used to be a bustling little town, now it has a couple of churches (Methodist (old) and Presbyterian (new))a school building (old) about three houses and a ...
... rained like Noah needed to float his ark. Streets were flooding and I was 1/2 mile from the van without a paddle. Luckily there was a campus hangout and sports bar to wait out the rain and I tried to feel like I was 20 again.
Later that day I realized that even though the Ford dealer fixed my starting problem they also affected the alternator which wasn't charging my RV battery. It was charging the chassis (engine starter) battery but it ...
... 36. In less than an hour down the road, the terrain is as flat as can be. Such a change!
Beltway around Denver had no traffic and we got on Route 70 East at 7 AM- the highway that we will be on the rest of the trip!
7:20 AM - quick coffee, restroom stop.
Eastern Colorado is very flat, open farmland. Many windmills.
9:30 AM - Kansas. 72 & sunny. ("lose" an hour with time change but keeping it same ...