University Inn Warrensburg
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... ve ever seen - you walk into it, like you would a lake, and the depth increases slowly. It's HUGE, with a deck all around, and on three sides, it's surrounded by lake! (They do charge $2/person to use/go out to the pool, even if you're camping here, but that's not bad, and you only pay it when you use the pool, not every day you're camping). Full ...
Rode a tough 110 miles into Sedalia but we were rewarded with one of the funniest friendship visits yet. It was over 110 people and a dance party! We buggies all night long and one of the caregivers told me that this event was looked forward to as much as Christmas. It makes me happy knowing we can have such a positive impact on ...
... frames. Also, crossing into Pennsylvania from New York and crossing into Ohio from Pennsylvania. As well as, the EZ Pass not registering because the overhang of the RV blocks the transponder (can't wait to fight that violation). Oh and our regular discovery of all of the really less than perfect "features" of our rented home away from home. The most maddening is the "refrigerator" that the instruction book indicates that the ...
Our first stop has taken us 65 miles west of KC to my hometown Sedalia, Mo. We r staying with my Mom tonight and will be getting up at 6:30am tomorrow morning to head Nashville, TN. We will stay in Nashville until Saturday morning where we will head to our final destination Asheville NC. Setting: Jody's childhood home. Joseph is sitting on the couch drinking his second glass of wine. Shiloh is curled up next to him. Jody and his mom talk in the background while both on ...
... the corn????
All totally straight roads. No hills, no corners anywhere.
We crossed the Sioux River, and then the Missouri River. Those were the high spots of the day.
All very tired now.