Quincy Inn & Suites
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... cave (we’ve been in some better caves), but the group was a little too large for the guide. Bob & I were at the end of the group and by the time we got to what the guide was talking about, he had turned out the lights and we really didn’t get to see what he was talking about. Guess people will use any excuse to open a winery, yes there is one right outside the cave. The wines are named after some of ...
... the kind lady for 2 of her finest cookies (I was gunning for the second 'I love your accent, where are you from' of the day). She then replied 'the 2 cookies for $1.25...that will be $1.33!! WHY ARE THEY NOT $1.25. Those cookies were never going to be $1.25. SO I have noticed this everywhere. How come the crazy Americans don't just put the actual price up?!
Anyways. Some more pedalling and it flattened after about 85miles. GOOD JAB! Passed over Mississippi ...
... decided to find a campsite in the area and visit the graveyard and little town.
We are camped on Crab Orc***********al Wildlife Preserve beside Crab Orchard Lake.
I spent the afternoon fishing (not even a bite) and watching Meatball swim and charge all over the lake front. A nice steak and glass of vino on the outdoor grill made for a nice day!
We stayed at Wakonda Lake Campground in MO on the 29th. Turns out that it is on the flood plains ...
Got to bed this morning at 2:30a and up at 6a. Lots of last minute things to take care of. Out the door at 9:28a. As we were loading car, Maddie jumped in and refused to get out. Mark had to carry her back into the house! Pitiful look! Just arrived in St. Louis...Flight leaves STL at 1pm. One stop in Newark at 4:30p. Depart for Paris at 5:55p. Will arrive in Paris on Friday at 7a. Realized this morning that we will be not see night time until Fri ...
... 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 ...