Fairfield Inn Fort Leonard Wood St Robert
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... that Amish pizza we bought on our little detour, well it might be the best pizza I've ever had. We set up by our campfire and eat our pizza and apple pie by firelight. I'm usually very fussed about the smell of fire smoke (just as Randy or my mom how I shower after a fire at the cottage). But somehow under the stars in Missouri, this one doesn't bother me at all. I can finally see the appeal of camping (never fear, I'm still a cottage gal). As I finish up my blog post, ...
Heading to Joplin. Missouri today.....right on the border of Kansas.....our fifth state. In Carthage, Missouri we visited a beautiful historic courthouse with an antique cage elevator that still works. We "shot" the Sheriff and his two deputies.......so we got out of Missouri in a hurry. Route ...
... the Giant Rocking Chair - a little quirky tourist lure. Cuba is also known for the number of street murals, not unlike KatiKati at home.We bypassed St Louis except for a quick trip into Ted Drewes Frozen Custard - the ride in was very hot and so many lights so once we got there, we weren't sure if we wanted to eat it or wear it. The ice cream was great to cool us all down and give us a few minutes off the bikes.
Back onto Route 66 and travelled ...
... ALR and he was almost overcome with emotion when these were all presented to him. His speech went down very well and he received many 'man hugs' and kisses on the cheek by the 'hugging' men's wives. We had a few drinks with them and retired at a reasonable time (23:59) as the alarm is set for 04:30 in the morning. We need to help organise BRAVO groups' motorsickles into the correct formation as they arrive.
Finally, due ...
However, its starting to get late so we decide to look for a campground anywhere from here.
Cindy finds one in the GPS - Camp Brim Shire. It's about 15 miles off the Interstate and as we get nearer the destination, the road gets really bad and its looking like a pretty remote place to be.
When we get there, there is a locked gate, no-one around a the sign has pictures of kids on it. Great. Maybe we should have googled this ...