YMCA Trout Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... truck doesn't come back. Instead, it drives off the pavement onto the grass. Everything then happens in sequence yet simultaneously. I note he has fallen asleep; the alert ridges has not woken him up; I speak loudly to call him and wake him without spooking him; my hand is hovering over the wheel ready to grab it. Struth. We are doing 78 and the driver has fallen asleep! God had his hand over us for sure. Thank you Father. 10,000 angels steered that truck back onto the road. Had ...
... old Route 66 attractions: the Wagon Wheel Motel in Cuba and, further down Highway ZZ, the Giant Rocking Chair. Back in Sullivan I spent an hour at Sudsy's doing two loads of laundry. Back at the campground I was delighted to find peace and quiet -- only four other RVs and one tent in the 50-spaces in this half of the campground. Perfect evening for sitting outside and for ...
... I walked to each building, learned about the different types of flint and about Daniel Boone’s later life, attended a dramatization telling the story of a Missouri slave, and was introduced to musical instruments and songs/ballads/dance tunes from that period. Well-done programming and not too many people.
Defiance to Augusta is one of the Missouri wine trails in this part of the state. So I headed off to ...
... fresh asparagus and black raspberry butter.
After the market and driving through the area, I headed for St. Charles, a historic town on the Missouri River. Navigating the freeway system to head northwest was a challenge, even for my GPS as a couple of exits had been renamed and construction in several locations. So many interstates come together in Saint Louis to cross the Mississippi and Missouri... and I feel like I traveled them all today.
... seems to be a boulder that stands somewhat higher than all others. After congratulating ourselves for our stamina, Patty headed back to the car while I continued on a 3-mile loop to Mina Sauk Falls. The description sounded really nice; the reality is that the waterfall exists only after a hard rain. It was still a nice walk. After lunch at the Fort Davidson Cafe, a very modest establishment full of Cardinal fans -- we ...