Travel Blogs from Jamesport
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 ...
... It was a wonderful afternoon of visiting, eating, and playing.
Aunt Martha shared a commentary she had read about the "winter' season of life. It was very poignant because it spoke to the different generations represented in the family and characteristics associated with each season of life. In the "winter" season, people look back and wonder where the years have gone. The ...
... they call them blue gills), catfish (they call them channel cats), and one huge snapping turtle (we agreed on the name of this creature). It was so enjoyable.
Prior to the trip, I spent so much time planning and arranging the "wild west" part that I had not thought as much about the family visit. But the visit to Iowa and Missouri has been wonderfully refreshing and very enjoyable. It has helped me to appreciate family connections and how meaningful it can be to get ...
... told that this route was through Amish country, but I barely saw any Amish. MO Amish don't hold a candle to our good old Ohio Amish. I only saw three horse drawn buggies (and fortunately never had to ride behind one).
That's about it for Missouri. There's not much going on here. We're pretty settled into a routine and we're really looking forward to our day ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed