Pear Tree Inn Cape Girardeau
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... we headed off on our way to the Shawnee Hills wine trail, bypassing St Louis as we thought it would take too much time. The highway along the Illinois River was a spectacular section of road with bluffs and cliffs on one side and the waters edge hugging the road on the other as tugs pushed barges up and down the river. After the confluence with the Mississippi River our route took us ...
... Detroit. There was so much construction we couldn't really get to the arch or back on the freeway...needless to say, been there done that, don't need to do it again. Pulled into Sikeston at 5pm. That's 730 miles road time. We got to meet the old smoky man who ran the campground and played harmonica with his singing dog. It's little nuggets like this that really put the color in our trips. Night johnboy. Ciao for now! Jill and all her ...
When we finally arrived at the lot today, we had a hard time finding a place to leave Fridman's car (we’re towing it for him right now) and ended up having to pass the lot, unhook it in a parking area up the street from the lot and then turn back around again to get parked for the day. The ground here was VERY soft and because they weren’t able to get all of the semis on it because of the potential for getting stuck, we did a show without ...
I think we finally have this camper about ready to go. We've done a lot of work trying to make it feel less like a trailer and more like home.
Lots of paint, removing old furniture, adding paneling. Switched out the queen bed with a twin and a toddler bed, and built a couch/bed contraption for me and Molly where the old air bed sofa was.
It feels really good in here. Now if everything will hold up on the road, we should be fine.
... we'll really celebrate that the stress is over.
We literally blew threw Arkansas on Highway 30 with the intermittent presence of a strong side wind
We enjoyed the shift from the dry, barren Texas flat lands to the beautiful fall hues of the wonderful deciduous trees which lined both sides of the highway, providing an almost promenade effect. Beyond the trees, were vast patches of farm ...