Days Inn Lebanon
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... I hate wearing it. I will take a soaking right down to my gaunchies rather than put it on. Usually when I am soaked right down to my gaunchies I am regretting not putting on my rain suit though!
This next entry definitely qualifies as "Too Much Information" so those of you with tender sensibilities might want to skip it. I did NOT include pictures or videos though. Usually by day 5 or 6 of any given trip my loyal wing man joins me for the remainder of my ...
... have maintained that most "charitable work" is actually a selfish one on the part of the giver. I am not in a position to argue against that proposition tonight. Might even go back for seconds so that I can feel better about myself. Anyway, I am getting the distinct impression that Missourians are, when left to themselves, party animals. Alcohol not in evidence at these events, but smiles, cheerful approaches to us from ...
The rains pushed us into Marshfield late in the day. We escaped for a brief time at Olanna's cafe in Springfield. We had a second breakfast that carried us down the road. We detoured to a local bike shop to check Cat's bottom bracket and had a new rear tire added to Richard's bike. We trust that tomorrow will be dryer and with fewer ...
... could sign it.
On this visit he had us sit on his porch and spun tales of 66, while making subtle suggestions of who we should visit, where we should stay and how to relive our trip. He treated us to a sodee pop and quite a few stories... many of them two and three times. His advice on how to relive our trip:
"Go purchase yourself some of that route 66 sodee pop from my friend ...
... least 45 mph faster then any posted speed limit... except in town drive really slow ; it averages out that way.
2. All yellow lines mean pass really fast.
3. Double yellow lines mean pass really, really fast.
4. When the wheels scream around a turn, take the next one 10 mph faster (The wheels must have too many squeaks in them. Doubling and tripling your speed is important. It helps get the squeaks out).
As Newt ...