Super 8 Sikeston/Miner Area
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Up before the crack if dawn...4am to be exact. 21 minutes later we were on the road! Yay! No one slept in the car, boo. By 6:30 we were in Iowa. Coolest rest stop ever. Not only was it in a barn, there were two tiny barns upstairs. I would like to take a moment to wish my Nona a very happy birthday, we love you and are thinking about you! Cedar Rapids, I liked the look of you. We had a quick stop in Hannibal, MO. We ...
... sign advertising shea butter products and healing salves for sale, so of course, Emilie asked about them and the woman brought out a box for us to look at. I ended up buying a bar of soap made with honey, lemon grass, shea butter, plaintain peel powder, coconut oil, and aloe vera.
We drove the 18 miles back and arrived a little after 1pm so after delivering laundry, we both had to get ready for the shows. As soon as I got out to the gate, I realized I ...
... Twain's little town is not in how old and quaint it is; but rather, that it has obviously been flooded and mostly run down and abandoned over the year. The huge dike at water's edge speaks loudly of prior destruction.
With good planning, a good developer, major financial investment and Mark Twain's endorsement, the old town and ferry could be a charming tourist area.
... and VACATIONERS ???
It's a busy interstate highway, but mainly busy with semi trucks shifting cargo, merchandise and commuters on the go
There are quite a few U-Haul's on the road; but, we wonder where are all the campers and rv's. We wonder what they know that we don’t.
There are strong side winds on the northbound freeway and in checking the weather periodically for storms – after all, the ...
... found that the townsfolk had come out in full force. They lined both sides of the streets, putting up tents and BBQs like they would for a tail gate party, for about 30 blocks long. They waved American flags and yelled and applauded them all the way into town, when they got about 4 blocks from the finish line, the town had put a very large American Flag over the street, ...