River's Edge Motel
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... space for a tent. The site they assigned to me was literally on a hill. I plugged into a nearby electrical box for an hour at an unclaimed flat campsite and filled up my dromedary at the spigot. I didn't go on the cave tour because it was another $18. It was a pretty area despite the tourist flavor. I haven't seen a touring cyclist since Colorado, so I'm excited to be back on track with my established bike route maps. Maybe I'll run into one soon. It's so nice when that ...
... where and he said they had recently been there! Navaroo sets up on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi.
After driving most of the day and looking for propane, headed and stopped at Mark Twain State Park about 25 miles from Hannibal, MO. Fair park but mega bugs! The cicadas are the loudest I've ever heard but the pesky little bugs that fly into your eyes make it a drag to ...
... down to the Gulf. They had jetted to New York and rented a RV vehicle for their trip. One of man in the group had just come back from a Paris to Beijing motorcycle ride!
I also climbed up 244 steps to a lighthouse that was dedicated to Mark Twain and when I was about half way up I man told me not to bother there was nothing there to see and he was right!
But I was pleased I could climb the stairs without pausing.
Tomorrow it's off to St Louis to play.
... Titanic sank. We then stopped at a Walgreens to pick up some allergy meds for Dave and returned back to our room for the evening. Packed up all of our stuff to get ready to move on tomorrow. Tonight we were the only ones in the B&B all the other rooms were empty. However Dave and I think there was one unregistered guest. When we awoke in the morning the travel cooler which plugs ...
... several of the local attractions. The trolley took us to the Mark Twain Cave, Sawyer's Creek, Rockcliffe Mansion and of course the trolley depot. He also suggested side trips we can take on our own.
We drove back out to the cave. Mark Twain Cave documentation says the cave was discovered in the winter of 1819-1820 when Jack Simms and his dog when on a hunting trip. His dog chased a panther, which a sport in those days, into a small opening on the side of ...