Wickliffe Inn & Suites - Rolla
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... the level tilted slightly, then we felt a clunk, then it evened out, this was repeated a number of times before the capsule started a smooth ascent upwards. At the top when we exited the capsule, we climbed the stairs to the sky deck. This area was jam-packed with people. Each side of the deck had small viewing windows of you to look out at the panoramic view. We looked out both sides and took our photos, then got in line and returned to solid ground. ...
Odometer reading 598.7 miles We arrived fairly late last night so no real chance to have a look around, but got up this AM, went for a small hike and ran into a park ranger. She told me the forest here is primarily oak which would usually be green by now, but the very harsh winter they had mean no leaves for the oaks yet. I asked ...
... like planned and filled up with gas ($150) in Bloomington, Indiana. After that we'd hoped to pick up the last few odds and sods and instead spent far too much time running around shopping (Target, Lowes, Sears, Finish Line). Because we spent so much time waylaid, we had to skip the lunch. Instead we drove through St Louis which was beautiful! Would like to go back and spend some time there. Our GPS had no clue about the ...
... people we met there: Lincoln is home to the world's largest covered wagon replica. There is a grey sadness to this place, perhaps it's economic at the root. At the Alley-By Pub, beer is $1.25, free cheddar slices and Ritz crackers soak up the excess. The Bears are losing to Green Bay. Was it fumbled? Was it an interception? Paully, who has been drinking for a week, rants. Other fans simply shrug it off and focus on ...
... that Amish pizza we bought on our little detour, well it might be the best pizza I've ever had. We set up by our campfire and eat our pizza and apple pie by firelight. I'm usually very fussed about the smell of fire smoke (just as Randy or my mom how I shower after a fire at the cottage). But somehow under the stars in Missouri, this one doesn't bother me at all. I can finally see the appeal of camping (never fear, I'm still a cottage gal). As I finish up my blog post, ...
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