Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
The parking lot is large enough for any RV if pulled through the spaces or parked lengthwise across them. Museum 37.69537, -97.35718
Sunday, October 27, 2019
The chairs are fairly easy to move and the card and money slots are easy to reach. Casino 37.46681, -97.32633
at 1:20 PM
Saturday, October 26, 2019
Campground 37.64622, -95.45305
Friday, October 25, 2019
When he finally got home to Kansas he had thousands of photographs that he used to give lectures at local theatres. While doing this he met and married Osa, a 16 year old vaudeville singer. For six years the couple traveled around the US and Europe giving lectures and raising money which allowed them to spend the next 18 years traveling, taking photographs, and experimenting with the new art of film making. Together the Johnsons wrote 20 books and produced more than a dozen films.
RVs will fit in the parking lot on the north side of the museum. Museum 37.68356, -95.45209
Thursday, October 24, 2019
The sites are fairly large. One is pull though. Most are not level.
Park 37.82685, -94.72394
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Fort 37.84284, -94.70545
Monday, October 21, 2019
Missouri state parks have very reasonable camping fees. They vary a bit from park to park but Pomme de Terre rates are $11.00 for non-hookup and I think $21.00 for water/electric. The park has a marina, boat ramps, camp stores, two beaches, restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, and dump stations. Park 37.8843, -93.30625
Sunday, October 20, 2019
Harvest Hosts site.Turn off of Route 19 onto Route 415 ( Tschappler Road). The farm is about 4 miles in along a graded gravel road which is suitable for RV travel. There are other roads that go to the farm but those roads are narrow, washboard in spots, and have narrow bridge crossings. We arrived at the farm and didn’t see a M & T sign so we thought we missed it. Look for the Brinkman Farmstead B&B sign and the Cool Cow sign. The isn’t very much room to park along the road so turn right onto the dirt driveway that goes around the stone house. The large clearing at the top is the Harvest Hosts RV spot which has a great view of the pastures and cows. Although there is enough room for larger RVs the driveway is narrow and falling in on one side. It may not hold the weight of a heavy RV.
Nothing is really accessible. A rough stone walk goes from the road to a step up at the store patio. The interior of the store is fairly accessible but the cheese counter is very high. Visitors who can manage stairs may check out the B&B rooms and the lower level where the magic happens. Farm 38.39596, -91.52401