Country Hearth Inn Hannibal
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... br> After a foggy start I did a little
'detour' towards the I-70 to stay in Colby and visit the Prairie
Museum reflecting the lives of the first pioneers.
An other treasure is the collection of
the family Kuska full of old dolls, glasses, ceramics and so others
This museum is sitting in a few blocks
town where an hotel manager from Mumbai has never walked to the end
of the street to visit the museum since he ...
... and the homes of the friends that gave Twain the inspiration for beloved characters Huck Finn and Becky Thatcher. We enjoyed two different Mark Twain museums, one of which had interactive exhibits that the kids enjoyed and a Norman Rockwell exhibit upstairs.
After enjoying ice cream (the kids) and a beer (Rees & I), we headed back to Mark Twain SP. I whipped up a quick spaghetti dinner and took advantage of the shower house directly behind our ...
... amp; our free parking at the Cardinals’ stadium ended before the Arch tour would be finished. He stayed with the rig in case he had to move it.)
We made it to Mark Twain State Park near Hannibal, MO. We got set up and left immediately to hear the park naturalist talk about stars. Turns out, mid-August is the perfect time to see falling stars since the ...
The kids and Rees woke up at a decent hour (sometime between 9 and 10am), but I was EXHASUTED and slept & slept. (Can I tell you how comfortable the Serta pillow-top mattress in the motorhome is??) We awoke to a beautiful view of Rend Lake. The topography is very flat with lots of trees. The kids journaled while I slept like Sleeping Beauty.
After eating brunch, we took a 10 mile bike ride in the park. We loved visiting one of the ...
... Hannibal is thriving. We started our day climbing the Cardiff Hill up to the light house. From up there I saw a pretty good view of the town of Hannibal and the Mighty Mississippi. I’m sure that when Sam Clemens lived there, the view was much better since the trees would have been much younger and shorter. It is 244 steps from the street up to the light house. (Do not remember climbing those steps 50 years ago.) ...