Days Inn Chillicothe
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... in the lycra (yes yes insert comments here). Thankfully Vern walked in after me but it felt like ages. I think there is a true sense of keeping it in the family given by the clientele! No real space so went down the road to an Amish bakery. Very tasty.
Saw a few horse and carts being driven about. I liked Jamesport. Slightly more happening then other recent places and main street had shops that appeared to be open! Unusual. Different.
So all in all a lovely cycling ...
... pulling a canoe behind my monster of a bike and just can't. They took my picture and left with good luck wishes. I got to the correct park and saw the signs for $20 camping. When a city park charges that much for primitive camping, I consider it overcharging. If it's a privately owned campground, that's a different breed. A city park charging that much is a rip off in my opinion. I hung out in the day-use area until sundown and then set up my tent in ...
The road wasn't great so I continued my slugfest pushing. Some points had compacted soil enough that I could ride in the dirt shoulder. Every now and then I'd hit a patch of sand and sink. Might as well take the faster route and try to hitch. A man pulled over after an hour of trying for a ride. I don't remember his name, because he was pretty distracted. He had just bought a house that morning and told me he owns about 50-100 houses that he rents out. ...
Left El Dorado, Arkansas pretty early and did a big day today - travelled 530 miles - (850 kms) to a city called Chillicothe in Missouri. On the way we stopped at a gas station at Pine Bluff in Arkansas and they have a Stop n Shop for all your huntin & fishin gear - guns, ammo - you name it - they got it! Had drinks at Applebee's when we arrived in Chillicothe - a pretty good chain restaurant over ...
There was nothing special about today. It was the same old rolling hills and wind. The wind was about 20 mph into my face and the hills seemed to be rising and rising. I wasn't struggling too bad but I had to push through it until almost dark to get to Chillicothe. Luckily there was a Dairy Queen to bring up my spirits. It was a long day but I got through it. Tomorrow I will try to get to Moberly which is 82 miles from Chillicothe. Today I rode 75 ...