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 ...
... of except for what happened in May 2011, when a monster tornado tore through the heart of the city, killing close to 160 people. It's hard to tell from the road that such destruction took place, but we do see the new hospital that is under construction that will replace the one that was destroyed during the storm. The people living in this area have lots of guts to live here, and even more determination to stick around after something like that. Given the number of ...
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 ...