The Woodruff Hotel
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... is the birthplace of Sam Clemens, to whom the world would know as Mark Twain. As my whole desire to "do the Mississippi" I'm sure was born from the Adventures of Tom'n'Huck, stopping in on his home town seemed a must.
I was planning to go into Hannibal Regional airport and call a cab, and overflew the town just to get a photo, there was a big ole Paddle Steamer getting ready to go, so I circled again for ...
Day 30 We started the day with a memorial service for 9/11. It was actually a nice service without too much of the hand on heart stuff. We are at Burlington. A city/town of 53 churches and a population of 16,000. At one time it must have been a very prosperous towns some of the old houses are very pretty. Our first stop was Mosquito Park, we hoped off the buss took some photos and then hopped back on the bus. The park was the size of a ...
Today we went to a "museum". This museum was very cool one could climb around in all sorts of mazes that you could run and have fun in. After 4 more hours of driving we got to Jacob's geodes. We got a hammer and chisel and went to town an those rocks. Bum is hurting less surprisingly. Day 2 ...
... hours: open until people aren't there anymore. It's a cute spot: wine barrel tables, wine bottle light fixtures, photos/art representing the family winemaking history. It's the type of place I want to succeed. Also, the only beer on draught is Busch Light. Twelve ounces for $1.25. Hehehe...
Because I wasn't feeling 100%, I started with a sugary wine slushy - sweet concord ...
... road is just the setting I need to think my thoughts.
It was on this same stretch of highway in 2003, heading south on I-35 where I spotted "my next car" in the opposite lane, heading north. Didn’t know what it was, but I knew it would be mine. Turned out to be the new model Monte Carlo SS in superior blue. As a newborn, I was driven home from the hospital in a blue Monte Carlo (Dad's) - my very first ...