Bullwinkles Rustic Lodge
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... cool things with my husband.
Right now we are trying to settle back into our routines and enjoy our new home (in which we have spent less time than on the road). The dogs are back to patrolling our backyard and woods, and searching for Henry (the chipmunk). Our organic vegetable garden is about right at its peak (thanks to Erin), and our DIY house projects are due to continue. Our next big trip: hopefully South Africa in ...
... a 'nanno' brewery. I'm not sure they had ever met Australians, at least not cycling ones.... They were moved by us riding such a long way and gave a donation to the wheelchairs for kids charity we're supporting. There's a photo of the team at the front of the place. (this upload actually worked!!)
The enthusiasm was contageous it seems. A couple of other patrons at the resturant ...
We pack up and leave Indiana by 11:00 am and head off to Missouri. The drive is good with clear sunny skies. Traffic is moving well and all I have to do is look out at the scenery (and knit of course!). The land here is also agricultural and flat. They do have some trees to break up the fields, but mostly we are flat. Every now and then you see a tractor kicking up dirt in a field but that is about it.
We stop for gas and then over to Walmart for ...
We have really been enjoying these COE Parks - $12/night for full hookups is hard to beat! Just a couple days' stop here, catching up on laundry and shopping before we head for our friends' Gary & Kathy's house near St. Louis on Thursday.
Day 30 Poplar Bluff Missouri to Union City Tennissee 110.8 - it's flat!!
My secret weapon for today's survival attempt is my last packet of orange blossom flavoured stinger organic energy chews from Richard and Rhiannon. It's our third century in 3 days and I'll need the buzz.
Yesterday was a really unpleasant day and ended with our first cross words. After 114 miles we ...