Moberly Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I am waiting for them to make it well-done for me. Well! THAT was worth the wait! It was delicious. Well done and not even a little bit of fat. ( I hate meat fat!). The creamed spinach and fresh green beans were excellent too. The only big surprise was realizing the woman a couple tables over has lit up a cigarette!! Funny, it wasn't THAT long ago in Huntsville. I am SOOOO glad people don't smoke in restaurants any more in ...
With the news of Owen's grandfather, Bill Reid Sr., having a stroke the evening of Saturday, May 17th, our plans for our time in Moberly quickly changed. We arrived in Moberly a day earlier than we had originally planned, but this was not a problem. We didn't really have any 'plans’, but rather were just looking forward to spending quality time with Owen’s family, some of whom we hadn’t seen in two-plus years. As a ...
... river from the bluffs above.
They produce a wide range of wines. We, of course, tasted their dry reds. In addition to producing the standard mid-west/MO wines of the indigenous grapes (Chambourcin and Norton), they also do a creditable job of locally processing and producing wine with Merlot, Syrah, and Cab fruit trucked from CA in refrigerated trailers.
We then took a short drive into Rocheport to check out the town of about 270 folks. Neat ...
After a evening and night of thunderstorms and rain, we departed Basswood RV Resort mid morning and arrived at the Cottonwoods RV Park north of Columbus, MO a little after noon. The weather folks were saying we would have a day of rain and wind. They were half right. We had a day of strong side wind, but no rain.
The Cottonwoods is a nice park with easy in ...
I'm starting to think that these hills and wind are never going to go away. I had my school meeting with my teacher this morning and we got started riding at about 11:30 which is a little late. When I started this morning the wind was not very bad but as hours passed it was getting worse. I wanted to get to Moberly but that got more and more difficult as the day went on. About half way through the day my dad ran into a guy when he pulled the RV to ...