Red Roof Inn Columbia
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... soon will be back in the dead zone. Tomorrow we leave here and head further north into Iowa. For the next week we will be in Coralville, IA. Hopefully we will have better luck with our electronic items. Today we got notice of a cancellation to our reservation at Somerville Lake for Aug 22, so we'll have to find another place for that time. Will let you know when we figure it out.
Probably will be Tuesday before I blog again. Have a good start to your week.
... working to charge the batteries I use for lights and RV electrical items. I tried to find someone in Columbia who would look at the problem but the best I could get was a week out or they didn't work on RV systems. I decided to drive the 60 miles back to Hermann MO where the original work was done. They at least got me in the shop a few hours after I arrived.
While waiting for the van repair I did a more thorough walk through historic Hermann. ...
Work was the same as usual, scan a book, shelve a book. Lunch was pretty good, sandwich, chips and an apple. The afternoon was a long four hours, full of lies and deceit. Sweltering heat finally got to me at about two o'clock but I knew I only had an hour left so I pushed through it. When that final bell sang out it was like music to my ears, a sweet serenade. ...