Pear Tree Inn Cape Girardeau
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As we've travelled further south the weather has been getting progressively hotter so we decided to just do a short walk in the Pere Marquette State Park before we left rather than a long one. It turned out to be a wise choice as even this got us perspiring profusely, but the views were good from McAdam's Peak. However, we couldn't see the St Louis Arch in the distance as the brochure ...
... 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 ...
... day and while he said he hates being stuck in one place for very long, I’ve been craving it lately. But I don’t think that simply renting an apartment and working a 40 hour/week job is what I should go back to either. My dreams for running my own 1 acre homestead have been pushing through again lately (I do miss working at Sunseed Farm in Ann Arbor and even flowerpot gardening on the patio at our last apartment). I guess time will ...
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 ...