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Old 09-12-2020, 11:15 AM   #61
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Bowman, ND

After a visit at the Theodore Roosevelt NP we decided to take the scenic route US-85 south to I-90. Itís a VG highway with little traffic on weekdays. It was very easy to pull-off at Bowman for lunch.


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Old 09-13-2020, 07:18 AM   #62
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In the early 90's I took 85 south from 94 to 90. I ate lunch in Bowman at the restaurant just west of the jog in the road. Got back in the truck and turned right instead of left out of the lot and headed out. Didn't dawn on me I was wrong until I crossed The Little Missouri so I had to turn around and backtrack to Bowman.
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Old 09-13-2020, 07:28 PM   #63
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We drove today from Sam A Baker State Park in Missouri to Echo Bluff State Park. We drove on Hwy 34 which was through the Ozark Mountains, two lane, winding through the beautiful hills full of Oaks and Pines. We then had a stretch through 4 lane then Hwy 19 that was another two lane through more Ozark Hills. We are staying at Missouri's newest State Park, Echo Bluff. Its awesome - tomorrow a road trip to Peck Ranch to see the Elk.

Where I live I have 14 miles of two lane country roads to the nearest town with a grocery store so I get a lot of practice. Just a warning when the road is wet slow down from 55 to 40.

Link on youtube of hwy 34 https://youtu.be/7QnIi8Wnc8Q
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Old 09-14-2020, 03:08 AM   #64
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Jim, I'm surprised we didn't see you yesterday. We triple-towed from Binder RV Park in Jeff City cross-country to Hinton RV Park in Sikeston, MO yesterday. Yes, we had catfish and chicken livers at Lambert's last night but it was quite disappointing, certainly not up to their usual standards. But some of Saturday was spent working at a banana split at Central Dairy in Jeff City. And that did NOT disappoint! Back home to Tennessee tomorrow for minor repairs and RV cleaning.
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