Travel Blogs from Jamesport
... you can only turn your underwear inside out so many times). Boy do you see the locals at the laundromat! Was like the time I took the New Yorek subway - keep you eyes down, don't stare....Fun though nothing happened except I was approached by a drunken panhandler outside and gave him a $1.
Looking forward to having my bike fixed and then tomorrow I'll go back to Hannibal tomorrow and come back to St Louis to visit on Saturday.
No pictures taken today. Just a long day of riding. I made this entry once but it says it did not take, so if this is a repeat, I apologize. Had a breakfast with Don in Scottsbluff and had a goal of getting out of NE today. Was able to do so and am on US route #36 in MO. The same #36, I believe, that goes ...
... 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.
Day 3: We awoke to another great breakfast thanks to Pat. We got ready for the day and packed the car. We headed over to Aunt Karen's. We spent some time at the park, then went on a short walking tour of Lenox. After lunch, we visited grandmother at the Care Center again. She seemed to be having a more difficult day, which saddened me. I'm grateful that she is so well cared for by the nursing staff and my nurturing aunt.
We drove back south to Missouri. The kids had grown ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed