Hampton Inn & Suites Columbia (at the University of Missouri)
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
Today was a day of driving we drove 294 miles however we did drive through Kansas City and made a stop at a rather unique toy store. Moon Marble is a Kansas treasure. It is this cute and quirky store that specializes in marbles but there is also a glass artist that does demos there and creates really beautiful and unique pieces! All the toys here are very cool and most are not ones you see in Target or Toys R Us. The girls had such ...
Saturday we spent exploring the area around Mark Twain Lake. We started at the Visitor's Center attached to Clarence Cannon Dam. There is a nice viewing area where you can overlook the dam and view some of the lake. It is a very large lake, or at least seems so. It also has a Viet Nam Memorial for the Northeast Missouri killed in Viet Nam. They have it broken down by months and the dates they were killed. There are lots of campgrounds of various sizes and ...
... trail. There is a LC campsite and historical marker along the trail about 5 miles from Rocheport and it's only accessible by walking or biking. I rode my bike to the site but didn't stay long because as Lewis noted in his journal "the mosquitoes were most troublesome". I was still very glad to get some pedal time on this section of the Katy.
It was late when I returned to Rocheport and drove a few more miles to spend the night near Boonville MO.
4:30 PM - Crossed the Missouri River & into Missouri and through Kansas City where we hit some 'rush hour' traffic - but nothing too bad.
6:22 PM - Arrive Columbia, Missouri & check into La Quinta motel.
Just over 12 1/2 hours on the road but didn't seem too bad. Good weather, no road construction.
Dinner across the street at an Applebee's.
Beautiful sunset in Missouri!