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After leaving Ohio the weather warmed and the sun shown. Lots of construction on I-70. It was a long day. Tomorrow we cross Oklahoma. We plan on arriving in San Diego on mid-day Saturday.
Beth is backpacking with a friend in Northern California and visiting Big Sur one more time before moving to Colorado. She is a busy girl!
... yet!" John would merge. And sure enough, there'd be a 4 miles long row of polite Midwesterners, and, JUST before the left lane really did close down, an SUV with New York [or Mass., or NJ] license plates would zoom up and muscle into line. It happened repeatedly, I kid you not. Just saying.
Hoping All's well with you all. For us.....Kansas City and John's sisters maņana. Much love,
This resort is another one with a beautiful pool (and another one available to us through Resort Parks International).
We went into Hermann, toured the Stone Hill Winery, the Hermann Wurst Shoppe, stopped in a Brewery (for Greg, of course), and then had a bite of BBQ. A good day, despite the oppressive heat (which seems to be the theme of this summer's travels!)
We swiftly found the second, at Dwight. Route 66 is famed for it's old-fashioned gas stations, some of which have been kept in/restored to their original condition and make fascinating time capsules of life in the 30's and 40's. The couple curating the Texaco station in Dwight were very friendly and keen to tell us all about the place, having both lived there all their lives. They also had several maps to place pins to show where you'd come from, so ...
We appear to be in quite a fix. Despite the warnings given by Gandalf and his friend Beorn( who we stayed with to rest for a time) upon entering Mirkwood, our party had left the path in our desperate search for food. Not only was food not found, but now we are completely and utterly lost. But that's not the worst part. Before leaving the path, we sent the poor hobbit up a tree to see if the end of the path in sight. Not only ...