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... auto museums, they have a lot of old cars in various states of repair. They even have a DE Loren. I have never seen one of those close up. They also had a 66 Mustang in good shape and a 61 Corvette, but not the convertible I'm used to seeing, so it really didn't grab me. Between the two museums, the Churchill one was by far the best, but if you're into old cars, make a stop at Auto World in Fulton.
Currently sitting in McDonald's to get this done, ...
... it, I am strictly a WINE PERSON!
Currently (6 pm) sitting in a Pizza Hut in Columbia. When we leave here we head back to the Dead Zone known at Ray Behrens Rec Area. It has been a good day, no rain, although some is forecast for tonight. Hopefully not tomorrow since we have some more sight-seeing to do!
Chances are there will NOT be a blog tomorrow night. Hope everyone has a great day tomorrow.
... only a couple of days ago. I continued to follow the north side of the river and could see the Katy trail numerous times along the way. I wanted to stop at Jefferson City because there is another statue of Seaman on the State Capitol campus and it is a trip mission to find as many Seaman statues as we can. I was aware of 7 locations before the trip started and I've found one additional statue so ...
... all last night, not a downpour, but since we're under the trees, it made a lot of noise on the roof. Still cloudy and rainy today, but guess tomorrow is going to be worse, so we will be staying "home" cleaning, clothes and "home".
Since we can't get internet at "home", I will not be posting tomorrow. Thursday we are driving back to Boonville to see the Clydesdales so I will be able to post on Thursday also.
So until then....
... we ventured on down the road to their little restaurant. There are actually two, but we went to the "A Frame" which sits on a ridge overlooking the MO River. This is where we had a lunch of brisket (BBQ of course), pulled pork, potato salad, and slaw with rolls. We enjoyed the company of our fellow "wine connoisseurs" and RVers. Except for the flying cottonwood things it was a very good lunch with lovely views.
After lunch we once again boarded the bus for the trip back ...