Holiday Inn St. Joseph - Riverfront / Hist. Dis
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Sunday, September 23rd, we arrived at the Park Hill High School in Kansas City, MO, to meet up with grandsons, Austin & Cory. After a lunch stop for Mexican food, we traveled together to our camp site in the country at Platte City, Mo where we set up camp. The boys jumped on the bikes and quickly learned that they could fish in any of the 4 lakes on the property for a minimal charge and fishing licenses weren't required. So ...
... At another farm there were red angus cows. I think that this state grows a lot of soybean as well. Epic moment was when we were riding by a motorcycle stopped in the median and we did the typical wave and when we passed by we realized that he was a state trooper. Funny enough he waved back. Oh, and we were only left the hotel for about 15 minutes when George pulled over because now he had lost his cover on the fuse box. He managed to retrieve it before any cars ran ...
Went to bingo and won twice. Spent some time at the pool with Erin and Jared. Brandon wandered around with Charlie. We spent the day fishing and Jared caught two fish without bait. We saw a couple of snakes swimming in the lake. The boys were fascinated. Erin is addicted to fishing and ...
Got into the rv park and got set up no problem. The day was long on the road but it was fun to travel in the rv. We stopped in Cookeville IL to see the worlds largest bottle of ketchup. Erin hit it with the rv. All in all a very good start to the trip. ...
... best rest areas.
When we stopped in St. Joseph, Mo for the night, we thought we might find a place to eat in that historic city to eat, but St. Joseph proved to be a really sad dying city.
We ended up eating Mexican food at a local chain.
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