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... of pulled pork to melt in your mouth succulently. Andy went for brunch; poached eggs on rye with potatoes. We both had coffees & a cup of water. Having been to the feed station at Eureka we continued along our journey on Route 66. So many places we passed, such as: Eureka - its great street decorations for fall and seeing in the distance Six flags amusements. Stanton - Meramec caverns where Jesse James' hideout had been and his wax museum St Clair - tippee's on top ...
... so much.... Anyway she spent about half-an-hour talking the route with my dad, signed his book and sent us off.
"It was good talking with you, but I have some work I need to get done, not like that lay-about Gary Turner, spending his days telling stories that most likely ain't even true!" (She might not have spoken those exact words, but if she'd thought of them, she would have.)
From there we picked up the "sodee Pop" and headed out of Cuba. Cuba, MO not the country. ...
As I write this entry, the greatest hits from the fifties are blasting, as Newt is attempting to break the land-speed record on a winding Missouri stretch of The Route. I am white knuckling it as we pass what appear to be cars like they are standing still (my eyes are struggling to focus at such high speeds).
I am working on understanding his interpretation of the driving laws. This is what I have gleaned so far:
1.You must ...
... as it saw me. I did see a nice buck on the trail too. I've seen lots of deer, but coming from a family that loves to deer hunt, bucks always get me excited.
At night, I listened to Monday Night Football while I sat around the fire. This would become a recurring theme as I would try to set up my camping trips for Monday and Thursday nights so I could listen to the NFL before passing ...
... and out of the way detour. You want to talk about rural? There is absolutely nothing in South Central Missouri. It felt like one of the most rural, desolate locations of the entire journey. Despite the twists and the turns, I was able to make it to Osage Beach at a reasonable hour and upon my arrival, I discovered that I had access to a full kitchen and a charcoal grill. What better way to celebrate then by grilling up a nice juicy steak! So, ...