- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of fame, Joellyn saying we will have our own notoriety to be remembered by. He also wanted my blog details, so they could follow & read the rip roaring great review about his bar. Seeing our obvious glee with his hospitality, he presented me with one of their logo Tshirts (I of course honoured by wearing for the Evening) and also gave a bottle of sparkly wine called 'Andre' to us to continue our silver celebrations back at the motel. Top Man Johnny G, ...
6:30 am start hopefully to beat the wind and any storms coming through later. Glad to see the last of Oklahoma. Stopped in Rolla, MO. So far we've missed the rain. Rain came right after we got settled in our room. Lucky for us We seemed calmer tonight. We picked up some dinner, watched some TV. We seem to be able to not think about it every minute and had a pretty nice evening. We know we'll be home tomorrow. That ...
... that Amish pizza we bought on our little detour, well it might be the best pizza I've ever had. We set up by our campfire and eat our pizza and apple pie by firelight. I'm usually very fussed about the smell of fire smoke (just as Randy or my mom how I shower after a fire at the cottage). But somehow under the stars in Missouri, this one doesn't bother me at all. I can finally see the appeal of camping (never fear, I'm still a cottage gal). As I finish up my blog post, ...
Heading to Joplin. Missouri today.....right on the border of Kansas.....our fifth state. In Carthage, Missouri we visited a beautiful historic courthouse with an antique cage elevator that still works. We "shot" the Sheriff and his two deputies.......so we got out of Missouri in a hurry. Route ...
We left Springfield and on the way, stopped and took a photo of Abe Lincoln's house. We also took shots of Shea's garage which is a bit famous for the metal plaques and old petrol pumps outside - unfortunately, it was closed at the time.
We had a bit of bother actually trying to find Route 66 and ended up back at our starting point, past Lincoln's house. You need to keep your eyes open at the sides of the roads, overhead passes and in front, so we had ...