Fairfield Inn Fort Leonard Wood St Robert
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... We sat at a table for loners in the garden, with our nout stout. Just as we upt to leave, a dozen bikers all turned up completing the scene & essence of this place, they too found there was no room at the inn. Drove along Teardrop Road and bridge over the Big Piney river fed by the Missouri River. St. Robert - near Waynesville: stopping overnight at EconoLodge on Route 66, Highway Z Somewhere In between Devil's Elbow and Saint Robert, we pulled up at a ...
... look through the small selection of women's shirts. Everything is Wrangler, and Randy claims the shirt is so he can be a cowboy for Halloween. Just in case it's not just a costume, I make sure he picks one that I like enough for him to wear in public. We keep on rolling through the Ozarks towards Rolla, Missouri. There don't appear to be many campground options, so we pull off and head towards one of the only ones in the area. When we called earlier in the day, the woman on ...
... Kansas runs only 12 miles......so we drove through to Tulsa, Oklahoma. Ian was very happy that it was NOT a dry county !!!!!! So, we drove right through our fifth state and about a third of the way into our sixth. We will be staying until Friday in order to do some sight seeing and resting ...
... Louis and back into Missouri - missed the St Louis Arch which we saw in the distance as we were all too hot to bother at this point and facing going into the city was too much. As it was, there was 20 sets of lights just to get back onto the freeway and on our way.
Got to the hotel and headed off to the local bar after domestic chores - a problem with laundry and being bikers - to "Taters" - not too bad - the shared steak with Sean and salad was huge.
... MISSISSIPPI RIVER!!! A mahusive river that is wider than the River Severn and the main M4 motorway crossing point. It was B-I-G!
At the Veterans home we were fed Bratwurst, Potato Salad and Beans (i am now doing little puffs due all these beans). The veterans absolutely loved us being there and many were heard to comment that this would probably by their highlight of their year. We stayed and chatted to the Vets and ...