Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of pulled pork to melt in your mouth succulently. Andy went for brunch; poached eggs on rye with potatoes. We both had coffees & a cup of water. Having been to the feed station at Eureka we continued along our journey on Route 66. So many places we passed, such as: Eureka - its great street decorations for fall and seeing in the distance Six flags amusements. Stanton - Meramec caverns where Jesse James' hideout had been and his wax museum St Clair - tippee's on top ...
... it. The color of the road on the map was ambiguous, hopefully it wouldn't turn out to be gravel!
Well, the road was the highlite of the trip thus far! About 24 miles of shoulderless twisty and hilly macadam snaking through corn and potato country. There was a section in the middle with extremely steep hills and elevation changes. As you climb a very steep hill you can't see what is on the other side until you crest the hill, very scary. What's on the other side?
The rains pushed us into Marshfield late in the day. We escaped for a brief time at Olanna's cafe in Springfield. We had a second breakfast that carried us down the road. We detoured to a local bike shop to check Cat's bottom bracket and had a new rear tire added to Richard's bike. We trust that tomorrow will be dryer and with fewer ...
All good things must come to an end. Even freak'n awesome trips, such as this. Last night we stopped by and spoke with one of the Newt proclaimed "Icons of the Road", Gary Turner. Gary is full of folksy wisdom, Route 66 stories, recommendations and an unassuming salesman. He talked to Newt on his way out, before he had his road name, into purchasing a book that he already had at home so people along ...
As I write this entry, the greatest hits from the fifties are blasting, as Newt is attempting to break the land-speed record on a winding Missouri stretch of The Route. I am white knuckling it as we pass what appear to be cars like they are standing still (my eyes are struggling to focus at such high speeds).
I am working on understanding his interpretation of the driving laws. This is what I have gleaned so far:
1.You must ...