Red Roof Inn Columbia
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Stopping for the night in Columbia Missouri after taking a picture of Beetle Bailey. I remember reading Beetle Bailey in the funny pages every day. We had a great day taking the back roads instead of I-70. Saw tons of barns and great houses along the ...
... hours. Of singing Annie songs, continuously. We settled into our hotel and dinner time and I took the girls swimming while Carrie went out and picked up some southern barbecue - yum! It was a long day but fun with lots of laughter and songs! I wish I had videoed Phoebe singing "Little Girls" she does a mean Ms. Hannagian. Also Claire has pretty much memorized the entire album and belts it out at the top of her lungs! ~Bethany Miles ...
... 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, ...
... has much to offer the tourist with a nice museum covering the early German settlers through the steamboat era when Hermann was a major stop. There is a new craft brewery in town and I had a sample with an excellent bratwurst from the Hermann Wurst Haus.
Unfortunately the garage's solution to my van alternator problem was a jury rig fix. I originally agreed that it would help but as I drove away I began to think about the consequences of ...
... 36. In less than an hour down the road, the terrain is as flat as can be. Such a change!
Beltway around Denver had no traffic and we got on Route 70 East at 7 AM- the highway that we will be on the rest of the trip!
7:20 AM - quick coffee, restroom stop.
Eastern Colorado is very flat, open farmland. Many windmills.
9:30 AM - Kansas. 72 & sunny. ("lose" an hour with time change but keeping it same ...