Super 8 West Plains
Travel Blogs from West Plains
... and must hang out in the room). Then it's back to the stream but other people have arrived and taken the prime spot. A couple of families with little kids are having a great time. We don't have much luck so head back to the room about noon to catch up on our sleep and reading. The heat of the day is not the best time to catch fish anyway. We do see some different wildlife here: ...
... 20 yards. It would be impossible to sleep. Scott found a road crossing the tracks, we took it. The road lead us to the Mississippi River. It was getting dark, we crossed the river in a bike lane with tons of traffic. Too darkish to really enjoy the river crossing. Illinois right in the middle of the river. Just like that, we left Missouri. We rode threw thick pockets of black bugs. We rode through some rather scary parts of ...
... down. "Just remember you're training" puffs David. It is rather like having to do one and a half Forest of Dean Classic Sportifs for 5 days in a row. Up, down. Up down. Up down. It's relentless for 102 miles. Day one done. 4 days to go.
We decided to stay on the secondary roads to Mammoth Springs. It was a nice road with lots of scenary. But there was nothing to tell me what we would see when we arived at Blanchard Springs SP and the caverns.
There are 2 seperate tours to take. i suggest taking both of them. The caverns are awsesome. This cavern is on the lookout for White-nose disease which is killing ...
Seriously folks, if I am going to be at Glacier National Park for 7 days without access to a shower or electricity, you better believe that I will at least have clean underwear, dammit.
God, I love my Mommala!! That woman has everything I would need for a voyage across the country and she has all the knowledge I would need to survive, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed