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... in that time. Tastefully done and very homey. We had a really nice stay with them and hope they can spend some time with us in NY very soon.
Mollie and Marley got along with Squirt and we left them at the house while we went out.
Lambert's restaurant is a staple in Missouri. We had to wait 1/2 hour to be seated but conveniently next door was a cheese shop with ...
... eat it all though.
We went for a wonder after dinner along the Bricktown Canal and watched the ducks swimming about.
We could hear a local band playing and the atmosphere was so good. A million miles from the feeling we had in St. Louis.
We strolled past HOOTERS. We didn't go in. I've got my own bad boys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Our bed was calling and so we went back to the hotel and turned in for the night!!
... Mark was excited to see the view from 630 feet, I on the other hand panicked! I stayed at the entrance to the viewpoint and Mark went off to take photos. I started to feel sick and dizzy and did not want to move. A few people asked if I was okay, I nodded. I managed to get a photo with Mark before rooting myself back to a point of safety, i.e. Where I couldn't see down. Mark went off bouncing about taking snaps of the view. When Mark said he was ready ...
After a great nights rest and a fine breakfast we set off again with Mumsie and Jasmin deciding that after reading all the Route 66 guide books and maps, that they would do some navigation! Well, all went well for the first HALF HOUR!!!!!! Then quite suddenly we found ourselves on a one lane, luckily sealed, road in the middle of a guy's ranch, surrounded by soy beans and corn, with both the girls denying all responsibility!!!! ...
... 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?