Days Inn Mountain Grove
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Travel Blogs from Mountain Grove
... Ron and I could barely carry it up to the car!
We feast on the cheese, salami and crackers from Osceola and some red wine. It's been a great trip: great weather and lots of fish.
One great thing about this resort is they clean and filet the fish for you. Tomorrow we head home with 82 pounds of trout! If you like trout, you'll be getting an invitation to dinner.
... to Astoria, OR and left May 7th......self contained also....Everyone that is self contained would love to have our support Van as a option.
We are back on the bikes and my legs still are not wanting to really move, I was getting discouraged the way I was feeling. Along came a British guy headed to Astoria he had 2 other guys riding that came up on us much later. He asked if we had the beginning maps of Adventure Cycling and I said yes but they were in ...
... as soon as Rose moved out of the original house and went back overseas, they packed up their belongings and moved back to the house that they built. There were many interesting anecdotes from our tour, but one that stuck in my mind was that apparently Almanzo was the hardest to teach to drive because he either stepped on the wrong pedal, or pulled back on the steering wheel and yelled 'whoa!' when he wanted to stop. It was a wonderful visit and tour and at ...
4. 30 degree sleeping bags: you are not going to be riding your bike in much colder weather.
5. Sleeping bag liner or a sheet sewn into a ¾ bag: added warmth or great for a sleeping bag on hot nights.
6. AAA membership or similar: peace of mind. A flat tire on the Haul road could be very expensive.
7. Extra dry bags: you or the wife will be picking up extra stuff along the way guaranteed. Note: You can ...
... Laura Ingalls trek complete, sigh.
At this point we were just focusing on driving East, aiming to get to Cincinnati sometime on Thursday to spend the afternoon with my aunt, uncle, and cousin. We had dinner at our first Steak’n’Shake, which was quite tasty and also picked up some pie at "A Slice of Pie," in Rolla, Missouri. Remarkably, we got to our hotel just outside St. Louis shortly before midnight and we’re planning to get an early start ...