Holiday Inn Express Monticello
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... around, made some music, Deanne did yoga, I wrote, and all while the sun passed across a clear blue sky. It was some downtime that was sorely needed; having fun takes it's toll regardless of age. We were thankful for the chill time. The only one thing that would have made it even more idealistic would've been free wifi. Alas, it seems heaven can sport an RV park but not a high speed internet connection. By 9am we had broken camp and was in the car park of Elvis ...
... church St. Mark's. The folk there were very friendly and I was cordially welcomed as soon as I stepped into the church. the priest was a missionary one with a grest sense of humour.
After brekky, we thought we'd better go do some sight seeing, as we were moving off next day.We found a road which pointed towards the river, but it must have been eluding us. But after driving along unsealed roads, we ended up at a cross roads. By this time I was needing to go you know where, ...
... Shane wanted his picture in one. As we paddled up to the tree he wanted his picture in, I spotted a huge spider (easily 4" across). Later we found out, that particular type of spider jumps. So glad it didn't decide to jump in the canoe with us or I seriously think I would have went over board. We took some pictures of the critter and Shane got his picture in the tree. We also took some pictures of a crane. We made our ...
... our own. I was to nervous to try that option. Just about two blocks away was a river park. There we walked out a board walk to look at the Mississippi. There river was big but not huge, but I don't think we were at a wide spot of the river. It was pretty none the less. It was hard to enjoy the beauty of the river though as there was a ridiculously loud noise coming from what we can only assume to be cicadas in the nearby trees. Their little shells ...
... this trip as we aren't really going anywhere.
Susie: Are we there yet?
Susie: How about now?
And so it goes.
We've been enjoying the satellite radio in the rental car. We tend to go back and forth between something with 'porch' in the title that seems to be folk music (loosely translated) and the '60's on 6' channel. The latter just probably because it's ...