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... br> And of course I could not help myself
but to go up and down the street of Kensington which is an old small
little town trying to pull up itself to survive in this huge
I am now the proud owner of a Turkish
hat pumpkin when I stopped the van to join the locals who were
queuing to chose dozen of their favourite pumpkin in many shapes and
colour to adore their doorsteps. I suddenly realise how serious this
After breakfast and bike riding around the campground loop, we drove into Hannibal, the town where Samuel Langhorn Clemens (Mark Twain) spent his childhood years. We ate at the Mark Twain diner (where the kids enjoyed homemade root beer!), then walked up 244 stairs to see a lighthouse perched on the side of a hill. It was a lovely climb and offered views of the Mississippi River (it really is MUDDY!!) and Hannibal.
Next, we visited Mark Twain's ...
We packed up, attached the CR-V, and hit the road. We headed northwest to Missouri. We stopped in St. Louis for a few hours. Enough time for the kids and me to ride the 8-capsule elevator/tram to the top of the Gateway Arch. It was a very cool experience and a great view of the Mississippi River and downtown St. Louis from the top. (Rees couldn't come because we brought our big ...
The kids and Rees woke up at a decent hour (sometime between 9 and 10am), but I was EXHASUTED and slept & slept. (Can I tell you how comfortable the Serta pillow-top mattress in the motorhome is??) We awoke to a beautiful view of Rend Lake. The topography is very flat with lots of trees. The kids journaled while I slept like Sleeping Beauty.
After eating brunch, we took a 10 mile bike ride in the park. We loved visiting one of the ...
... warm and humid, so we went some place cool. “Mark Twain” Cave was discovered in 1819 and is the cave Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher got lost in the book. The first tour was in 1890 and there have been tours ever since. Inside it is a constant 52 degrees, so if you go, take a light cover. I didn’t wear one from the beginning, but towards the end of the tour, I put it one and was still chilled. It was ...