Super 8 Macon
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... pulling a canoe behind my monster of a bike and just can't. They took my picture and left with good luck wishes. I got to the correct park and saw the signs for $20 camping. When a city park charges that much for primitive camping, I consider it overcharging. If it's a privately owned campground, that's a different breed. A city park charging that much is a rip off in my opinion. I hung out in the day-use area until sundown and then set up my tent in ...
... the Reids made daily – and sometimes multiple trips in a day trips to the Boone Regional Hospital in Columbia, which is a 40-minute drive from Owen’s hometown of Moberly. Spending time with Grandpa was at the top of everyone’s priority list, and allowed for quite a bit of family time, albeit not the way we would have planned to spend it. Babysitting Owen’s cousins Reid (2 ½ years old) and Slaton (6 months ...
... and we are going to schedule his school to talk to on next year's trip. That was the exciting part of my day, the rest was pretty uneventful. I ended up making it to Macon which was 22 miles from Moberly. Tomorrow I will shoot for Jefferson City which is 92 miles from Macon. I know it's far but we are turning south and the guy that stopped us told us that it gets flat. Hopefully he was right and I am able to make it all the way. Today I rode 60 miles. ...
... open 9-11am and 7-9pm. We needed to find something to do for a few hours. This resulted in us finding the closest hotel they were nice enough to look after our bags while we found the local pub and had local beer at $1.25 a beer. This lead us to a Mexican restaurant with happy hour $1 Margaritas, we made friends with some locals. We were pretty merry getting on the train to Kansas city.
... a better sense of the lands to the west, potential travel routes across the continent, and to secure the western territories against European intrusion. As you probably know, Thomas Jefferson recruited Captian Meriweather Lewis as the leader for the Corps of Discovery expedition to the west. Lewis in turn recruited his friend Lieut. William Clark. In actuality they were coleaders of the expedition. The Center provided ...