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... We walked around Florida, took us about three minutes.
After Florida, we drove to Paris (so now we’ve been to Paris, France, Paris, TX, and I’ve been to Paris, TN). There is supposed to be a very old covered bridge in the area, but we never could find it and you would think that since it is a Missouri Historic Site, there would be better signage. Oh well, maybe next time (yeah, right!) Then it was on to Perry. Perry is another of those ...
... Tuesday night with just a few drops scattered about, but, it did not stop and increased in intensity during the night. It never was a hard downpour, just constant. Sometimes worse than others. It also was very cool. On Tuesday evening we were able to pull in the local channels via antenna and the weather predicted temps in low to mid 60's. Good thing they didn't dip further since we can not use the propane. Think I ...
July 7, 2015 (LC westbound equivalent May 30 to June 3, 1804)
The van starting problem turned out to be a bad ground connection which was an easy fix and a lot cheaper than a new starter which was the first diagnosis. It took until noon before I got on the road again so it was another short day.
I have been lucky that the Missouri River is dropping because my route on US 94 ...
We left Sedalia yesterday morning about 9:30, we had no trouble driving out of the camping area, but several people had to be towed out since it had rained a lot and the ground was still very wet. Couple that with vehicles which weigh upwards of 20,000-30,000 lbs and well you can picture what happened. We drove towards Columbia on I-70 and everything was right on track. The weather was mostly cloudy, but no rain. We stopped at Camping World ...
... we ventured on down the road to their little restaurant. There are actually two, but we went to the "A Frame" which sits on a ridge overlooking the MO River. This is where we had a lunch of brisket (BBQ of course), pulled pork, potato salad, and slaw with rolls. We enjoyed the company of our fellow "wine connoisseurs" and RVers. Except for the flying cottonwood things it was a very good lunch with lovely views.
After lunch we once again boarded the bus for the trip back ...