Rustic Motel of Rolla
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the underground river and out another exit. Further on in the guided walk, there were a couple of areas with impressive stalagmites and stalegmites - very similar to what we had seen in France. There was a brief sound and lighting show at the end in the the area called the "Theatre", but this was really corny and just made us think how much better the ones were in France. On the road back to Route 66 we passed a shop which sold chainsaw carvings. On ...
... the wildlife and she said lots of deer, wild turkey and armadillos and was surprised I hadn't seen any this morning. There is a ton of bird life: bluebirds, cardinals, robins, woodpeckers and geese. Nice and quiet here so you can here all the bird call. Would really like to see the park in a couple of weeks; the forest would be ...
... which we passed about 20 miles ago. Very heavily advertised and apparently Jesse James hideout. This place is not commercialized at all and has great reviews of the caves. Tomorrow we will see. Cooked up a gourmet meal of wieners on onion buns with melted cheese. Why do things taste so good when you're camping? Got to love the $9 bottle of Gnarly Head 2011 Cab Sauvignon that went with dinner, maybe that's what improved things ...
... the hearing the echos of tales of others gone before. John Steinbeck wrote: 66 is the path of people in flight, refugees from the dust and shrinking land. We are refugees from the cold Canadian winter, travelling with the ghosts of the Joads and so many others who have led the way.
A journey on Route 66 is not linear in the 21st century. Many stretches of road have been obliterated, others relegated to ...
... lot of duties- navigating, secretary, food and snack services, and photographer, just to name a few. So it shouldn't come as a surprise if from time to time, my multi-tasking results in a missed cut off, as was the case this morning. Instead of taking the interstate to Joplin, we end up taking a slightly longer route (by 15-20 minutes, no biggie in my books). We end up driving through this small town called Chouteau that had an amazing Amish bakery/store/cafe. It has to be ...