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... only have the pleasure of enjoying a few more days of Missouri's hot, sticky weather before I'll be in Seattle, WA.
Actually, I really shouldn't be saying that as I don't want to anger the River Gods. I'll be storing my meager possessions within just a few hundred feet of the powerful, merciless clutches of the "Big, ...
... so worried about the cosmetics of it but really wanted it to be in functioning. Pat and Judy are on their way to pick up the RV and then Pat is headed to Big O Tires to check and doubled-check the condition of all the tires as well as replacing the one that blew and keeping the spare for the next time.
So we're back on schedule and will be leaving Columbia in the morning and heading to Grand Island NE. Stay tuned for more adventures!
Beautiful morning with no humidity and a temperature of 74 degrees when we pulled out of the campground in Granite City. Almost immediately we crossed the Mississippi River and stopped for gas about a half hour later. Gas was only $3.18/gallon and we did find out that our credit card allows us to charge only a certain amount at a time. So far, we have not filled the tank totally but get close.
For most of you who know, Pat and I say a Rosary ...
... day...right? he replied: "well...they've all closed...I hear horror stories..I wouldn't eat here if I were you...I'd go somewhere else". Hmmm. So...I did. The next time I pulled off and drove down the street...I saw the most interesting and beautiful small brick homes! I am going to take a few photos on the way back down that street and you'll see what I mean. Anyway, I see a beautiful old shop on the right..a violin ...
... drive along the coast. Enclosed were expensive houses and golf courses, emersed in a lot of history. A few stops to observe the millions of seals and sea birds resident upon the rock. A much more confident Emma hit the gas as we headed down the Big Sur, crossing several bridges, the Bixby bridge being one that warranted a photo stop. The Big Sur, an incredibly beautiful sea side drive exposed rugged cliff edges, furious waters and beautiful white sand beaches (just a shame about ...
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