Travel Blogs from Springfield
Kindness of strangers: we have to replace our holding tank valves (one bolt that is corroded inside the valve is keeping us from being able to simply remove the valve) and upon seeing us trying to work on it, two RV owners came over to offer assistance (one is a plumber, the other said we can
borrow any of his tools).
THEN, the campground manager set aside all of the pieces we need from his store and is ordering ...
... City. We made two more fun stops on our way. First was this fantastic little spot in a town called Kingdom City, Missouri. The store was called Nostalgiaville and it was full of all kinds of memorabilia from the 50's and 60's and 70's and even the 80's. Very fun to walk around in there. We bought some postcards but really enjoyed walking around and reminiscing with all the Elvis, Lucille Ball, Beatles, Mickey Mouse...and on and on kind of ...
Home of Abraham Lincoln, Springfield, Illinois is a very historic city. Had a relaxing day yesterday......resting up after the 8 1/2 hour drive on Sa************ing for St. Louis, Missouri today. This will be our fourth state. Ran into the Rabbit Ranch along the way.......Ian insisted on having a ride... Stopped at the ...
... houses, silos a few horses and cows and repeat. It made for a long day. We only rode 420 km today because we are both very tired today. The thunderstorms seemed to be forming all around us, but we did not get wet. Good thing because there was practially no where to take cover. We were intially going to straight through Colorado, into Utah and down ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center