6 am breakfast with eyes on the window.6:30 am: rain.An hour later, we had to leave. At least the rain had turned to a light sprinkle. The Missouri River:It began to rain harder, the next 12 miles would be somewhat miserable.Lewis and Clark camped here on June 6, 1804:Donna is quite the wildlife spotter: owls, deer, mystery rodent with 12 babies, frogs, and turtles. All of which I’m oblivious to, so she stopped to point out the third turtle of the day.
We left the Katy Trail to take the 9-mile spur to Columbia. Our hotel for the next two nights:Filthy bikes:Before going to our room:While Donna and I trudged in the rain one mile to a laundromat, Billie waited on our balcony…We Uber’d back! Miles = 31.