Town & Country Inn And Suites Quincy
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After the cave tour, we made our mandatory stop at Walmart then stopped at Golden Corral for dinner. I’ve decided to attach the chairs to the floor so they will not move during travel so we stopped at LOWEs to pick up stuff I thought I could use, turns out No I can’t, but I did discover another way to attach them, so now I just have to find another hardware ...
... entered Illinois. The state line was whilst crossing the bridge. The state sign was again troublesome as it was on the end of a sheer drop so no posing infront. Barry risked life and limb and cycled some place to take our photo by the actual state sign.
Quincy is big (40,000 population) and cycled past some impressive houses. Popped for shake after cycle. Went to Chinese buffet, shovelled some food, back to hotel and well this is where you find me. Digesting. Ahhh
... decided to find a campsite in the area and visit the graveyard and little town.
We are camped on Crab Orc***********al Wildlife Preserve beside Crab Orchard Lake.
I spent the afternoon fishing (not even a bite) and watching Meatball swim and charge all over the lake front. A nice steak and glass of vino on the outdoor grill made for a nice day!
We stayed at Wakonda Lake Campground in MO on the 29th. Turns out that it is on the flood plains ...
Got to bed this morning at 2:30a and up at 6a. Lots of last minute things to take care of. Out the door at 9:28a. As we were loading car, Maddie jumped in and refused to get out. Mark had to carry her back into the house! Pitiful look! Just arrived in St. Louis...Flight leaves STL at 1pm. One stop in Newark at 4:30p. Depart for Paris at 5:55p. Will arrive in Paris on Friday at 7a. Realized this morning that we will be not see night time until Fri ...
It rained last night, so my tent was drenched in the morning. I had to wrap it up wet and deal with it later, because it was overcast and never going to dry. The road was great, and I felt better. Once I got a few miles in, I thought it would be a great day to try for 100 miles. I was blowing through it even with hills. The best part besides the nice wide shoulder was the absence of wind. I ate lunch behind a town welcome sign on the side of the road instead of going off ...