Super 8 Poplar Bluff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We woke this morning with blue skies. Had breakfast at the 50's Diner then it was hit the road. Right off the bat we were on some gravel roads that turned in to dirt with grass growing in the middle and then it turned into a cows trail and thats when I stopped. I turned around and found a new route to Hannibal MO. Toured Mark Twains home and museum. We walked the town and had some ice cream. We had a few people stop and ask about the cars. No more stops planned for ...
... Blue Eye - NOT Blue Eyes, but Blue Eye. It only had a population of 132, and I'm sure there's a story around the name.
The Branson Scenic Railroad was great, a 1950's diesel locomotive and some passenger and observation cars. They took us on a 40 mile round trip at the blazing speed of 25 mph. There were actually 2 tunnels cut through rock, one about a half-mile long and the other about a mile and a half. The ride ended about ...
... a few white fluffy clouds. Check out the pictures for the lake photos. We head back and have our first BBQ of the year! BBQs are not allowed at the condo where we live, so this is what we look forward to in the motorhome. Our first BBQ is homemade burger, potatoes roasted with onions on the BBQ and a mix of onions, peppers and mushrooms fried up in oil. Yum! Food just takes better out here!
Tomorrow we are off to Oklahoma for another couple of nights. Talk to you ...
We have really been enjoying these COE Parks - $12/night for full hookups is hard to beat! Just a couple days' stop here, catching up on laundry and shopping before we head for our friends' Gary & Kathy's house near St. Louis on Thursday.
... the Mississippi where a ferry takes us across "old man river" and even though it's muddy, grey and low we savour the moment, feeling the importance of this great river. David quotes Churchill "Like the Mississippi it just keeps rolling along. Let it roll, let it roll on inexorable, irresistible, to broader lands and better days" - referring to the 2nd World War Allied offensive in ...