While my husband and his friend biked Missouri’s Kady Trail, I drove the car, stopping for photos, historical spots, even wine tasting. In Rocheport, I found antique stores (lots of antique stores), a wonderful history museum, and Mulberry Grill and Bakery, with an outdoor pizza oven and possibly the best pizza I’ve ever had, even including Italy. (Yes, I waited for the cyclists before having lunch.) But as it was very hot and humid, I did indulge in some delicious ice cream in a little air-conditioned restaurant while I waited for them to arrive. On what might be considered the main street, I came across this sweet ride with some great doors front and back. Road trip, anyone?
For Norm’s post and the links to more “Thursday Doors” entries, click here.
Speaking of road trips, I’ll be working all day today, then up at 2:30 am for a 3 am cab to the airport preparatory to a long weekend trip to Philadelphia. (I feel sleepy just thinking about it!) I won’t have much online time there, so please excuse my absence from viewing and commenting. On the bright side, I was randomly chosen for TSA pre-check, a wonderful blessing that means shoes stay on, etc. and I should get right through the security line.