Pawnee Sate Recreation Area (SRA), Fort Kearney SRA, and Windmill SRA were the Chain of Lakes stops – and all three were winners as far as places to stay. Kearney was special because we had a chance to visit with Lee and Patty.
Location: KOA St Louis West / Route 66 St Louis MO
In keeping with our planning, this park was a resort KOA where we laid over for a week to let our mail catch up. I had thought we might have a Supervisor’s Toolkit, I knew I had a presentation with Ernest Hunter for TAPPA, and I wanted to be close to fast internet.
In geography, a cape is a headland or a promontory extending into a body of water, usually the sea. The “Cape” in the city name Cape Girardeau referred to a rock promontory overlooking the Mississippi River that was later destroyed by railroad construction. As early as 1765, this bend in the Mississippi River, was known as the “Cape.”
Lake Frierson State Park was a small state with 6 RV spots, but had the friendliest park staff we have met! It was a little early in the season and cold, but it was beautiful place right in the outskirts of Jonesboro.
When we were in Bullard TX, we went to Tyler to eat at Texas Music City – and our Jeep was “ducked” by the 903 Jeep Club. It seems that we couldn’t find a Jeep to share the fun with after that, but we finally located one in Atlanta TX. I snuck up on the target in the Walmart parking lot, no one was around so I put our duck on their door handle – and the owner was watching me from the front, about ready to call the Police. We had so much fun we bought ducks and tags to leave on other Jeeps as we travel.