Travel Blogs from Jamesport
... discovered that I was in Iowa and there was the Great River Road sign for that side of the river so I decided to follow it down to Hannibal which was to be my next planned stop - Mark Twain. I stopped at Wendys for lunch to check my e-mail to see if I had gotten a time from BMW for fixing my bike. Instead, the person really wanted me to get there today to ensure he was ordering the right parts. So off to St Louis (Breckenridge Hills) ...
... and Sunbury, OH. However, after it hooks up with I-72, I am taking the interstate only to make time. I do prefer the secondary roads.
Since my trip is nearing the end, I decided to live large and get a microwave dinner at the WalMart next to the motel, WooHoo!
Thank the Lord for His continued ...
... a tree tunnel. In Mo we have open views of corn, soybeans and.....more corn and corn.
We arrived at Wallace State park and paid for two nights. Tomorrow we head west on the 36 to the 29 north, which will carry us into the Dakota's.
Not much else to report, except for a problem with the storage compartment under the RV. The locking mechanism works on a cam type design and is prone to malfunction. I have taken these apart in the past and tightened things up and good ...
... asked me, "You mean I'm related to all these people?" Not in an incredulous way, but in a "this is cool" kind of way. It struck me that he felt a sense of connectedness that only family can provide.
I'm so thankful we made it to the reunion this year! I hope we can come back each year. I think it really is a good thing when family members come together, even if only for a day.
... was bright blue with big puffy clouds. The temperature perfect. We actually had to grab a jacket ... very unusual for Missouri in July. And no bugs! The tables were set up under a giant elm tree. We roasted hot dogs and marshmallows. We visited with Martha and Carl's family ... kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids.
Uncle Jack Burrows, my Dad's uncle, provided a bunch of fishing poles and the kids and many adults spent nearly two hours reeling in one fish after another. ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed