Settle Inn Linn
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... it reassembled on the campus of the college then compiled lots of stuff to make the museum. Actually it is very interesting and the church is very nice. The church actually dates from 1161. The museum consist of a timeline of his life highlighting his political and military career. I highly recommend it if you are in this area and looking for something different.
After spending a couple of hours reading about Churchill, we ventured over to an auto museum. ...
July 7, 2015 (LC westbound equivalent May 30 to June 3, 1804)
The van starting problem turned out to be a bad ground connection which was an easy fix and a lot cheaper than a new starter which was the first diagnosis. It took until noon before I got on the road again so it was another short day.
I have been lucky that the Missouri River is dropping because my route on US 94 ...
... as it should. Today it refused to start on 2 occasions until I played with the ignition a bit. The electrical system seems to go completely dead with no power to the dash or ignition. I got it to a Ford dealer in Hermann MO and ended up walking a couple of blocks to spend the night in the Hermann Motel. Hopefully they can get it fixed tomorrow.
On May 25th the ...
... from clean and penetrating to sweet and somber. Many Parker recordings demonstrate his virtuoso playing style and complex melodic lines, sometimes combining jazz with other musical genres, including blues, Latin, and classical. We drove through Missouri backroads to Arrow Rock which looks the same since 1830. Really charming! Not so charming was the idea to follow the trail to the bank of the Missouri ...
... impossible that the river could rise that high when you see how huge it is now! There was a large pile of wild bees attacking something on the trail. Freaky. Thousands of bees. The trail seems ******* our knees. We believe it is because it is constant pedaling, no coasting. We love the lack of wind and cars. The trail is replete with Lewis and Clark information. One of the most amazing aspects is the fact that the river channel changes ...