Ramada St Joseph
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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This was just a way station on our way back home. The room was pretty generic, but there was one memorable thing about this place, they have a water part, which was included in our room cost.
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... sight. Another day we drove into the quaint little town of Weston. We found some unusual shops and the Pirtle Winery. The pool was great (finally a pool warm enough for the Floridian in us to get into) and Rocky loved all the green grass.
Today we got a late start because we had to drive to our starting point from Omaha in the morning. We said goodbye to family and took off. Today was the first day that we had to take a very windy path to be able to go the direction we wanted to go without getting on the interstate. Everywhere we rode had been flooded a few years ago. You could see water lines about 4 feet up on houses and most of them looked like they had been abandoned. ...
Ok sleep last night in spite of having only one earplug. It helps to be tired and to have lots of white noise by way of the AC. Got up early and got in a short workout before hitting the road. Took a bit of hunting around to find diesel for the VW this morning but eventually found some.
Highlight for Lori was spotting a mailbox outside of the truck stop. Woo ...
... they wanted to do! We drove for pizza at dinner time and then came back to enjoy a nice campfire before bed. The boys slept outside in a tent. It was a fun, relaxing day together in the country.
Monday, September 24th, the boys were allowed to skip school to be with us for another day. After breakfast they wanted to fish some more. This time with worms as bait instead of lures, they caught about 14 Crappie altogether. ...
... gone through at least 4 Springfields on our way), crossed the Illinois River and the Mississippi River, and stopped for lunch in Hannibal, Missouri. Hannibal is the birth place of Mark Twain, so his name is on everything in the area. We rode dead West all day on route 36, but the scenery was a bit better than in Illinois. More crops, but a few rolling hills, more cattle and a turn or two. At one point we passed a farm with black angus cows and we saw the biggest bull ...