Holiday Inn Express Maryville
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... of the day was my sisters query "Why are we not seeing more potato fields? I thought Idaho was famous for its potato production?"
We were in Iowa.
I made a good run today my friends, got through 3 states and put 716 more miles on the van. I hit the road this morning at 9:35 am est and continued along route 64w through the rest of kentucky, Indiana, Illinois and finally met up with route 70 in missouri where the afternoon temps peaked at 110 degrees F, it was brutal, the ...
... watching of the weekend (seriously, they had a “Traveling Stage” towed by a truck with a blues band tearing some riffs apart) there was simply no place better in existence. I was lucky to enjoy more than one of those moments that summer.
While some of the group felt sufficient simply enjoying the scene while wading in the water to cool off, others thought it’d be a great idea to climb slippery rocks and swing out into the ...
... cutting itself off, is the last natural lake in the region. It was also, in all likelihood, visited and surveyed by Lewis and Clark during their expedition 200 years ago. We set up camp right on the edge of Big Lake.
White primitive and remote, we were certainly not alone. We quickly realized we were sharing the area with hundreds of white, North American While Pelican. Pelecanus erythrorhynchos, unlike their grungy, brown cousins ...
Several weeks ago, Ted and I saw a list of the top ten Rails to Trails in the US, and we added them to our bucket list and determined to ride four of them this year. So we were up early this morning so we could hit the Katy Trail, the longest Rails to Trails bike trail in the US. The trail is 225 miles long with a fairly smooth surface and little elevation. Much of the trail follows the Missouri River, and there are many small ...