Red Roof Inn Columbia
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Missouri River" while I'm away. ...rivers can't sense sarcasm, right? Just last year the river rose over 30 feet, filling Cooper's store with over 18 inches of muddy water.
Anyways, really hope that doesn't end up being foreshadowing. Our plane leaves on August 4. Starting to really feel the prelude to adventure!
... The dogs were picked up at 8:00AM and went on their merry way. We left to pick up two of Judy's friends before heading to the pick-up point at a local hotel. We boarded the bus and were on our way for a new adventure. We found ourselves in Macon, MO at Compton's Liquidation Center(the Warehouse) and were given about an hour to browse and shop. The place was huge and had everything you could imagine from furniture to linens to clothes ...
... and qualifies for "Jerk of the Year". The serviceman who actually examined the damage and did the estimate was a much kinder person. He saw that most of the damage was cosmetic and only a small amount is mechanical. The first guy said he was so busy he wouldn't be able to get to it until September as he had 17 jobs ahead of ours and would we be bringing it in when it was our turn! WHAT? REALLY?
The bottom line is the RV is at Camping World. ...
... I am waiting for them to make it well-done for me. Well! THAT was worth the wait! It was delicious. Well done and not even a little bit of fat. ( I hate meat fat!). The creamed spinach and fresh green beans were excellent too. The only big surprise was realizing the woman a couple tables over has lit up a cigarette!! Funny, it wasn't THAT long ago in Huntsville. I am SOOOO glad people don't smoke in restaurants any more in ...
... drive along the coast. Enclosed were expensive houses and golf courses, emersed in a lot of history. A few stops to observe the millions of seals and sea birds resident upon the rock. A much more confident Emma hit the gas as we headed down the Big Sur, crossing several bridges, the Bixby bridge being one that warranted a photo stop. The Big Sur, an incredibly beautiful sea side drive exposed rugged cliff edges, furious waters and beautiful white sand beaches (just a shame about ...