Thrifty Inn Sikeston
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... get a Mark Twain magnet and some books. It was very small town, I had to show the old man how to use the credit card reader...it took 15 minutes to spend 11 bucks, lol! We decided that we absolutely could not bypass Saint Louis and it's infamous gateway arch...boy were we surprised when we got a look at the city itself. If it wasn't under construction it was run down, burned out, or covered in graffiti. Jeff says, probably still ...
... its tires and took a while to get parked. After parking and because the jump was 120 miles, we didn’t get to the new lot before needing to find the Excursion, packing it up with laundry and taking off again. Emilie came with us even though she didn’t have laundry to do but wanted to get food. Fortunately, we found a Chinese buffet on the way to the laundromat!
The laundromat was on W. Tom Brown St…on the way there, we passed W. Tom WHITE ...
... once called Hickman, "The Most Beautiful Town On The Mississippi."
Hickman, Ky is the first establishment to greet us. The above quote is from a local promotional brochure. However, we Hicks were not impressed with our namesake town, despite the fact that our Hicks ancestors settled throughout Kentucky. Our first clue should have been
that we were the only ferry riders ...
... 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 ...
... fawns in the road. The Packard came to a screeching halt and the family moved on. They made up there time and were about to start the drive through town. This is a really pretty town along the river, with large homes of red brick with with trim, and lots of beautiful large trees. The Great Race received a wonderful warm welcome from this town. As the Racers came into ...