Econo Lodge

Address: 505 Shanks Ave., Kearney, Missouri, 64060, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 505 Shanks Ave., Kearney, is near Jesse James Farm and Museum.
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      Restart Day 5

      A travel blog entry by marysizemore on Mar 13, 2015

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      ... Americans. "You" seemed to be his favorite pronoun, not "they". He went on to say that whites just paint a pretty picture for themselves and lie to themselves into thinking the world is ok. I thought this point was good to reflect on, especially doing "service". Are we painting a picture for ourselves this week, coming into this random community, making some people smile, and then leaving knowing that we did some good? Just some points to think on. It's pretty negative, but ...

      Restart Day 4

      A travel blog entry by marysizemore on Mar 12, 2015

      We awoke to a freshly baked quiche and pancakes in which we stuck in a birthday candle for Tiffani :) we headed out to Restart where we began with the donation rooms, this time with the men's donation room. With only an hour of work we got it all almost sorted out. Then we headed downstairs to serve lunch. I ate with Robin again today which was nice because we got to go deeper than politics- she ...

      Jack Stack BBQ

      A travel blog entry by philosophizermd on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... in one bite. The burnt ends did not disappoint and were almost as tender as the prime beef rib. They didn’t taste burnt at all despite their name. They were basically like pulled pork in square form except better. There was literally no sauce needed for anything here but the regular BBQ sauce gave the meat a sweeter taste that sat easy on the palate and went down smoothly. The spicy sauce was the same except for a slight kick that began about halfway ...

      Joe's Kansas City

      A travel blog entry by philosophizermd on Nov 17, 2014

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      Menu Item: Ribs & Brisket Plate with Spicy Slaw

      Notes: Today was one of the first days after they changed their name from Oklahoma Joe's to Joe's Kansas City

      Comments: Best ribs I've ever eaten. They had a unique taste unlike anything I've ever tasted before. The dry rub on them was perfect. The meat just fell off the bone and was extremely tender. The tender, medium cut brisket had an initial smoky bite to it ...

      America's midsection

      A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Jul 20, 2013

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      ... which is where I took my extended break. The best I can say about the state is that it contains the two best truckstops that I have yet encountered. Iowa has almost no public lands. It is mostly rolling hills with 60% of the state crops and 30% grassland. Not really my cup of tea, but they do help feed America so my respect for that. I really knew I was in a rural agricultural area while playing ...