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Help with planning a trip
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Randy from St. Louis on 07/19/2007 04:05 AM
Me and a couple of buddies are planning on taking the amtrack from Kirkwood to Sedalia and riding back to St. Charles. Is this possible in two days. None of us have tons of riding experience, we are just looking for some adventure. Can anybody give any pointers or recommend and stopping points? Any tips would be most helpful. Thanks

 
Jim from St. Thomas, MO on 07/19/2007 09:46 AM
Sedalia to St. Charles in 2 days? That's 95 miles per day.......it's very possible but if you don't ride much I doubt it will be much fun.

You might want to consider taking AMTRAK to Jeff City and ride back from there. That's still 50 miles a day but you would have plenty of time for breaks, meals etc.

 
Paul from St. Louis on 07/19/2007 01:14 PM
A two day ride from Sedalia to St. Charles is very possible, if you are in the right physical condition and do some planning. I rode from Clinton to St. Charles in two days this past June and it was a physical challange. See the attached blog for more information.

http://paltnether.blogspot.com/


 
trinjboro from Jonesboro, AR on 07/19/2007 04:33 PM
No way I would try this in two days unless you are in very good biking shape. I agree with Jim. Do the Jeff City thing, and if you enjoy it then do the Sedalia.

 
savage24 from KC,MO on 07/20/2007 01:33 AM
Randy, I met three guys on the trail in June that were like you and your friends - not a lot of riding experience & wanting some adventure. They rode from Boonville to Tebbetts (60 miles) the first day and were extremely thankful that they only had to ride another 30 miles to Hermann the second day. I vote for starting in Jefferson City and spending the night around Hermann/McKittrick. By the time you get off the train and actually start your ride you will have missed the best early morning riding hours so I would keep the first day around 45 miles. On the second day (Hermann to St Charles) I would get a big breakfast, pack some snacks and plenty of water, and get started riding as soon after daylight as possible! Be sure to have a plan for lunch (use the info on this site) and do not assume there will be more amenities along the trail as you get closer to St Charles.

 
Randy on 07/20/2007 05:34 AM
Thanks for the help guys. We did decide to start at Jeff City. We leave on the kirkwood amtrack and get to jeff city at around 7pm at night. How far from the amtrack at jeff city is the bike trail? Any recommendations for food from jeff city to saint charles?

 
trinjboro from Jonesboro, AR on 07/20/2007 11:55 AM
OK, from your last post it seems you are not getting on the trail until almost dark. I would suggest you bike to Tebbetts which is about 12 miles east from the Jeff City trailhead. At Tebbetts there is a shelter that's an old store that has been converted by the MO Parks Dept. (think army barracks). You can spend the night there for 5 bucks (the key hangs on a nail on the light pole on the east side of the building). It's an honor system, you just leave the money in a can on the front door. Then you can get up the next morning and bike east. It's about 2 or 3 miles from the Amtrack station in Jeff City to the trailhead and it's well marked. Good luck !!

 
Nails on 07/20/2007 05:32 PM
Or you may get there after dark. This week, the westbound 313 has arrived in JC at 7:17, 9:46, 8:02, 8:57, and 7:31. It's 15 miles from the JC train station to Tebbets with that US-54/63 crossing of the MO river. Consider a downtown JC hotel, Binder Memorial State Park at 5840 Rainbow Dr (8 miles to the West) where camping is allowed, or Ellis Porter City Park (1.5 miles to the Southeast) where camping isn't allowed.

 
CunninghamAir from o'fallon, mo on 07/20/2007 06:34 PM
I believe the train leaves at 7:00 AM! You can also catch the train in Washington, MO and ride back to the Dutzow trail head. If you click on Jeff City on the map above, you should be able to find directions to the across the bridge to the trailhead. It's easy.

 
Nails on 07/20/2007 06:58 PM
Randy said, "We . . . get to jeff city at around 7pm at night." To me, that means he's on the 313 Ann Rutledge that is scheduled to leave Kirkwood at 4:59PM and arrive in JC at 6:52PM. The 311 Kansas City Mule is scheduled to leave Kirkwood at 6:29AM and arrive in JC at 8:21AM.

 
Randy on 07/20/2007 11:54 PM
Thanks for all the helpful comments. We are arriving at 7pm not leaving at 7am.

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Winery of the Little Hills (St Charles)
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ray from ofallon on 07/20/2007 03:07 PM
do they every wipe off the table or do the bird clean them off????????

 
ray from ofallon on 07/20/2007 03:07 PM
do they every wipe off the table or do the bird clean them off????????

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First time trail riders need advice
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Nancy from Cedar Rapids, IA on 07/13/2007 02:00 AM
My boyfriend and I will be riding the Katy Trail for the first time in early August. Is it better to start in Clinton or in St. Charles? Where do you leave your car? How does the shuttle work? Where do you recommend we stay? Any advice from those who have ridden the trail would be appreciated. Thanks, Nancy

 
savage24 from KC,MO on 07/13/2007 03:45 AM
I think it is slightly better to start in Clinton, but it would be a longer drive for you from/to Cedar Rapids, so might not be worth it. Are you planning to camp or stay in motels/B&B's? How many miles per day are you planning to ride?

 
El Toro on 07/14/2007 12:09 AM
I think it is more than "slightly better" to go Clinton - St. Charles. I think it is quite a bit better to go that way. In addition to the general incline of the trail, the odds are that the wind will be blowing out of the south or southwest which makes a west-east trip more pleasant than vice-versa. Just my 2 cents....


 
rhona lococo from St. Charles on 07/18/2007 06:13 PM
call 636-946-0619 Lococo House ll --I will give you information and choices for your trip or you can e-mail Rhonaloc@aol.com

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long term parking in St Charles?
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John from Winter Park, Florida on 07/18/2007 02:35 PM
Is there long term (10 days or more) secure parking available for my car in St Charles?

 
Chuck Town Boy on 07/18/2007 03:04 PM
Sure. The St. Charles City Hall Parking Garage. Let me guess, now you expect it to be free.

 
Anonymous on 07/18/2007 03:40 PM
Hhhhmmmmmm......my guess is...driving from Florida....they are aware that costs will be incurred on a trip to MO. Be nice to our out of state guests Chucky.

 
rhona lococo from St. Charles on 07/18/2007 05:55 PM
you can call 636-946-0619 we have extra space at our Bed & Breakfast parking lot, the fee is very small or you can leave your car here for free if you spend the night at Lococo House ll

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Boonville Chamber of Commerce has a new website!
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jeannie from Boonville, MO on 07/18/2007 02:49 PM
Please note...For current information about business, services and events in Boonville, Missouri visit the Boonville Area Chamber of Commerce new website at http://www.boonvillemochamberofcommerce.com


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Dave & Jacquie's (Defiance)
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Bob from St. Louis on 07/17/2007 07:31 AM
Stopped after a twenty mile ride, and both the service and the food provided us with the necessary energy to continue on our way. The cheeseburger was inexpensive and very tasty, and although I had three full glasses of iced tea, I never once had to ask for a refill!

 
Bob from St. Louis on 07/17/2007 07:31 AM
Stopped after a twenty mile ride, and both the service and the food provided us with the necessary energy to continue on our way. The cheeseburger was inexpensive and very tasty, and although I had three full glasses of iced tea, I never once had to ask for a refill!

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Birk's Gasthaus (Hermann)
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Linda M from Tucson, AZ on 07/01/2007 02:59 PM
We stayed here for two nights and were very happy with Birk's Gasthaus. Rick's a cyclist and can assist with minor bike repairs and adjustments if necessary. Great full breakfast and brownies and ice cream in the evening. We enjoyed meeting the other hotel guests at breakfast.

The Stone Hill Winery is walking distance from Birk's so we took a winery tour & tasting and had dinner there.

Rick picked us up at Loutre Market and shuttled us over the bridge, though it's probably possible to flag down a pickup in the Loutre Market parking lot that is going over the bridge. Returning to the trail from Hermann it's a lot easier to cross the bridge by bike and the new bridge with a bike lane should be finished in August.

We recommend this place to other cyclists.

 
Linda M from Tucson, AZ on 07/01/2007 02:59 PM
We stayed here for two nights and were very happy with Birk's Gasthaus. Rick's a cyclist and can assist with minor bike repairs and adjustments if necessary. Great full breakfast and brownies and ice cream in the evening. We enjoyed meeting the other hotel guests at breakfast.

The Stone Hill Winery is walking distance from Birk's so we took a winery tour & tasting and had dinner there.

Rick picked us up at Loutre Market and shuttled us over the bridge, though it's probably possible to flag down a pickup in the Loutre Market parking lot that is going over the bridge. Returning to the trail from Hermann it's a lot easier to cross the bridge by bike and the new bridge with a bike lane should be finished in August.

We recommend this place to other cyclists.

 
Betty Ann Mattingly from Springfield,Ky. on 07/16/2007 09:42 PM
My first time at a B&B turned out to be a very rewarding experience. Our host was very interesting and made our stay a delightful time. The breakfasts were excellent and we enjoyed the other guests and had fun getting to know them. My daughter and I wish to thank Rick and his wife for opening up their home to us and making us feel welcomed

 
Betty Ann Mattingly from Springfield,Ky. on 07/16/2007 09:42 PM
My first time at a B&B turned out to be a very rewarding experience. Our host was very interesting and made our stay a delightful time. The breakfasts were excellent and we enjoyed the other guests and had fun getting to know them. My daughter and I wish to thank Rick and his wife for opening up their home to us and making us feel welcomed

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Beckys Burgers & Cones (Pilot Grove)
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Brad Fry from Glendora, CA on 07/16/2007 07:41 PM
We loved Becky's - a perfect lunchtime stop if you leave from Sedalia (headed north) in the morning. Be sure to have a slice of pie!

 
Brad Fry from Glendora, CA on 07/16/2007 07:41 PM
We loved Becky's - a perfect lunchtime stop if you leave from Sedalia (headed north) in the morning. Be sure to have a slice of pie!

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Garden Gate Bed and Breakfast (Boonville)
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Brad Fry from Glendora, CA on 07/16/2007 07:34 PM
In early July, we biked from Sedalia to Booneville and spent the night here. I will second the other comments here - Penny is a wonderful hostess, her breakfast was amazing and the house is beautiful. What a relaxing evening we had sitting on the front porch.

 
Brad Fry from Glendora, CA on 07/16/2007 07:34 PM
In early July, we biked from Sedalia to Booneville and spent the night here. I will second the other comments here - Penny is a wonderful hostess, her breakfast was amazing and the house is beautiful. What a relaxing evening we had sitting on the front porch.

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MKT Railroad History Along the Katy Trail
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jean hooper from Marana, Arizona on 07/15/2007 07:31 PM
In the early 40's my Dad was a laborer on the MKT railroad in Arcadia, OK. His Uncle Dice Simpson had at one time been a railroad foreman there. We lived in the section house and the railroad was right there. Every Wednesday the railroad conductor would toss out some pamphlets on bible stories for children for us. We children were always out there by the tracks waiting for our bible stories. The conductor would always smile and wave at us. We loved it!

 
DougK from Troy on 07/16/2007 04:39 PM
Has he or anyone else written down his memories as an MKT employee?

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BEST TWO DAY TRIP OPTION
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SNAKECOUNTYBIKER from ANDERSON, MO on 07/15/2007 05:23 PM
A couple of buddies and I are planning a two day trail trip in the next few weeks. We'll be biking one way and taking train back. Just wondering what you guys think the best trip is...scenic and town wise.

#1 Sedalia to Jeff City

#2 jeff city to Washington



Any suggestions would be appreciated.



Thanks




 
Norm from Raymore, MO on 07/15/2007 07:49 PM
#1 Sedalia to Jefferson City is my reccomendation based on the scenery you'll find, especially from Rocheport to Jefferson City. Although I haven't personally visited the bed and breakfasts in this stretch you'll find a lot of praise for them in this forum. Rocheport has a lot of attraction, including the winery up on the hill. For a really small town Pilot Grove also gets lots of word-of-mouth kudos. Have fun!

 
Trek Biker from St. Joseph, MO on 07/16/2007 11:10 AM
Sedalia to North Jefferson is a good trip and probably more scenic although both trips you mentioned make for a good ride. If you are going to camp, check out the Katy Roundhouse in New Franklin. No need to haul a tent as you can rent the site and a tent very reasonable. A Thermarest mattress pad rolls up small and is worth taking though.



If you ride the bridge into Jefferson City……know that there is no bike lane for the southbound traffic. There is wide shoulder for northbound traffic…..but by Missouri law, it is not legal to ride against traffic flow.



Herman is a good side trip on your second choice……The Riverfront restaurant and the ice cream shop/deli downtown are welcome stops on a hot day.


 
Jim on 07/16/2007 02:21 PM
My understanding was that the "shoulder" on the north-bound bridge is designated as a pedestrian and cycling lane so the statute regarding riding against traffic doesn't apply.

 
Trek Biker from St. Joseph, MO on 07/16/2007 02:41 PM
Response to my email to MODOT to clarify this issue a time back resulted in the following:



Hello ………,



The current southbound bridge was originally designed to accommodate pedestrian traffic and included two sidewalks. Those were later removed to provide space for an additional travel lane. When the northbound bridge was constructed, two five-foot shoulders were included. These were later reconfigured as a seven-foot outside shoulder and a three-foot inside shoulder to provide space for bicyclists to ride north on the seven-foot part.



See State Statute 307.191 regarding bicyclists riding against traffic in the travel lane and on the adjacent shoulder...



It reads as follows:



307.191. Shoulder Riding, Allowed But Not Required For Bicyclist Operators(1) A person operating a bicycle at less than the posted speed or slower than the flow of traffic upon a street or highway may operate as described in section 307.190, or may operate on the shoulder adjacent to the roadway. (2) A bicycle operated on a roadway, or the shoulder adjacent to a roadway, shall be operated in the same direction as vehicles are required to be driven upon the roadway. (3) For purposes of this section and section 307.190, “roadway,” means that portion of a street or highway ordinarily used for vehicular travel, exclusive of the berm or shoulder.



There is currently local effort to construct a separate bridge attachment along the northbound bridge to accommodate for two-way bicycle and pedestrian travel across the river.



Caryn Giarratano, Ph.D.

Transportation Planning Specialist

State Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Coordinator 573-522-9297, caryn.giarratano@modot.mo.gov POB 270, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0270


 
Jim on 07/16/2007 03:26 PM
I stand corrected........that being said I think I will take my chances being arrested for biking against traffic over having 70 mph tractor-trailers on my backside.

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Katy Trail winery event in August
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JC from TN on 07/16/2007 12:05 PM
A few weeks ago I found an event which I believe was linked to the Katy Trail website which occured in August 2007. The event involved a weekend bike ride on the Katy Trail and mentioned going to wineries and I believe there were live bands. You could pay a fee and they would also have your camping gear ready and set up when you arrived for the first night at the campground. It seems the website had some grapes being symbolic of going through wine country. Anyway, I can't seem to find this link anymore. IF anyone can help I would appreciate it.


 
Trek Biker from St. Joseph, MO on 07/16/2007 01:18 PM


http://www.ultramaxtri.com/races/tourdevine/index.php






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Rhineland Grill closed July 15-21!
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CunninghamAir from o'fallon, mo on 07/15/2007 04:16 PM
We ate there last night and they are headed out on vacation.

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The Doll House in Rhineland
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CunninghamAir from o'fallon, mo on 07/15/2007 04:15 PM
Another good review for the Doll House. Lemonade and chocolate chip cookies as promised. My husband was hesitant to stay at a B & B, but the owner called and said she couldn't meet us and told us how to get in. The other couple was in Hermann so we had the house to ourselves for the afternoon. Amanda also happily honored our request to eat breakfast at 7:00 am, so we could get an early start. We were so stuffed we made it into Dutzow without stopping. Highly recommend :-)

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Catch Amtrak in Washington to Jeff City! (bridge report)
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CunninghamAir from o'fallon, mo on 07/15/2007 04:09 PM
My husband and I were trying to figure out how to catch the train and ride back, when it hit me--drive to Washington to catch the train and then ride back to Dutzow trailhead! We live in O'fallon, MO and it is about 45 minutes down highway 94 to downtown Washington. It is an unmanned train station, so I bought the tickets online and reserved room for our bikes (click on "view upgrade options"). The conductor didn't even blink when we rolled up, and even helped us load. It was a scenic, peaceful ride to Jeff City (they have a limited breakfast menu in the snack car) and a reasonably easy ride from the train station to the trailhead. I am a semi-chicken rider in road traffic, but the shoulder on the bridge is plenty wide. I had every intention of walking across, but was on the bridge and across before I knew it. Just be careful of debris. Traffic was light so I rode over on the edge of the right lane and all the drivers pulled over to the left lane. Follow the highway signs to the trailhead. However, my husband rode from the Dutzow trailhead back to the Amtrak station in Washington to get our car, and had a very hairy ride. There is no shoulder, the road is uphill and traffic doesn't slow down or pull over for bikers.

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Dutzow Parking
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CunninghamAir from o'fallon, mo on 07/06/2007 02:40 PM
Is it safe to leave a car in Dutzow overnight?

 
Jan from Dutzow on 07/13/2007 04:59 PM
I live in Dutzow and would think it is as safe of a place as any place you could find to leave a car overnight. As far as I know there is no ordinance against leaving your car but it is a state parking lot. The trail lot is right next to the Dutzow Deli and Restaurant so there is activity, but mostly during the day and local people on Friday night.

 
CunninghamAir from o'fallon, mo on 07/15/2007 03:47 PM
Thank you!

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dogs at the klondike park
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kaitlyn from st louis on 07/15/2007 08:14 AM
are dogs allowed into the klondike park if so please report back today.





thanks

 
savage24 from KC,MO on 07/15/2007 10:44 AM
I camped there in June and saw people with dogs. As with most parks, they need to be on a leash. Hope this response is early enough for your plans. Have fun!

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Boonville...RiverView Suites
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Mariah from Kansas City on 07/14/2007 10:16 PM
We just stayed at the RiverView Suites with our kids. It was refreshing to be able to bike with the kids and have a kid-friendly place to stay (but we've already looked into coming back without them!). The Suites are stylish, spacious and comfortable. The hotcakes at the diner in the morning are divine!

Can't wait to enjoy more moments like these.

:) Mariah, Lyle & the kids

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Future plans for expanding the trail
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Teri Kaup from Overland Park on 07/14/2007 01:57 PM
I wish the katy trail came to Kansas City, any plans for that.

 
MAH from Blue Springs, MO on 07/14/2007 02:56 PM
The Missouri Bicycle Federation site has a couple of different articles concerning this.

Here is a link to their site and the page where you can easily send messages to the MO Attny General, DNR, and Ameren re completing the trail. http://mobikefed.org/CompleteTheKaty

Just do a search (from their site) for Katy or Ameren and you should be able to pull up articles.

Here's another article link:

http://www.gov.mo.gov/press/KatyTrailNixonLetter022207.htm



I can't wait for the day this happens. Would be so nice to be able to hop on the Katy without an hour plus drive to get there.

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Katy Trail
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DougK from Troy on 07/10/2007 07:56 AM
Anyone sighted a backpacker named Greg between McKittrick and St. Charles? He’s probably having a tough time due to the rain and the heat. Give him a hello and a word of encouragement if you see him.

 
gc from Columbia,Mo. on 07/13/2007 04:20 PM
I am back! I made it through just fine, Doug. I finished up around 2:30 p.m. Friday. It was as hot as blue blazes on Sunday and Monday, but cooled off during the week. As for the rain, I got sprinkled on for about five minutes near Dutzow and we got rained on at Klondike park for about 20 minutes later that night. I will be posting more on the walk on here and on my blog later.

Thanks again for all your help on the Machens section. I took some pics on the section that I will post on the blog. Oh, and you were right, the dirt path section is a LOAD of fun.

Greg

 
DougK from Troy on 07/13/2007 06:19 PM
Congrats Greg!!! My wife had to laugh about the rain at Klondike because it's rained 3 out of the 4 times I've stayed there. I'll be watching the blog for pics and updates. You are the man, go get a beer and soak your feet!

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Dutzow Deli
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GB from O'Fallon on 07/11/2007 07:21 PM
Can anyone tell me if the Dutzow Deli is still open? I know that the building's owner, not the business owners who lease the building, had it up for sale last year.

 
savage24 from KC,MO on 07/12/2007 10:46 PM
It was open in June when I rode through.

 
gc from Columbia,Mo. on 07/13/2007 04:09 PM
It was Wednesday when I was there. Had a good cheeseburger

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Hartsburg
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Michele on 07/10/2007 11:57 AM
I have posted on the Globe Hotel site, but this is probably more appropriate. We will be traveling from Hartsburg to Bluffton on a Tuesday. The Monday from Rocheport to Hartsburg looks ok as far as food options. I have called all the establishments to check who is open on Mondays. There doesn't seem to be much between Hartsburg to Bluffton, however. Any suggestions? Good grocery stores for supplies?

 
Michele on 07/10/2007 12:33 PM
I have just checked several places and have found that the long stretch will be from Hartsburg to Tebbetts. After that there are places open from at least noon in Tebbetts, Mokane, and Portland. Still looking for good grocery suggestions for evening at the camp ground in Bluffton.

 
savage24 from KC,MO on 07/13/2007 12:05 AM
I've been told that the restaurant at the Jefferson City airport is good. The airport is southeast of the hwy 54 / 94 interchange.



I think your best bet for groceries would be the Mokane Market. If that does not work out, the Trailside Bar & Grill in Rhineland is only another 6 miles. Their hours are iffy but I would think they would be open in the evening since it is a bar. Hope this helps!

 
savage24 from KC,MO on 07/13/2007 12:07 AM
To clarify: Rhineland is only six miles from Bluffton.

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Small boxes
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DougK from Troy on 07/11/2007 10:30 PM
Does anyone know what those small post mounted boxes with the glass holes are for? I see them along the trail and think they may be some sort of device that counts trail users. Anyone have any ideas??

 
Arkie on 07/11/2007 10:37 PM
You are correct. Photocells activate counters.

 
MAH from Blue Springs, MO on 07/12/2007 01:16 PM
Just an FYI I was told by a DNR employee. If you are riding in a group of 2 or more people, try and space it so you go through individually. If you ride 2 abreast going through them,you'll only be counted as 1.

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The Little House B&B (Marthasville)
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SP from Jackson, MS on 06/06/2007 04:39 PM
The house is immaculate and lovely. We apprecisated the privacy and the use of an entire house, including washer and dryer. The only negative was the breakfast supplied was inadequate for touring cyclists and there were no hearby grocery stores.

 
SP from Jackson, MS on 06/06/2007 04:39 PM
The house is immaculate and lovely. We apprecisated the privacy and the use of an entire house, including washer and dryer. The only negative was the breakfast supplied was inadequate for touring cyclists and there were no hearby grocery stores.

 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ihrig from Greensboro, NC on 07/11/2007 09:54 AM
"We were at the Little House the day after SP from Mississippi was there and read the comments written in Rita's Journal and found them quite unfair. I felt I needed to reply. We've stayed at Rita & Jerry's quite often and always want to come back. Concerning the food provided at the Little House, most bicyclists I know do not want a large heavy breakfast. The use of the washer and dryer, secure bike shed, and clean accommodations, this place can't be beat."


 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ihrig from Greensboro, NC on 07/11/2007 09:54 AM
"We were at the Little House the day after SP from Mississippi was there and read the comments written in Rita's Journal and found them quite unfair. I felt I needed to reply. We've stayed at Rita & Jerry's quite often and always want to come back. Concerning the food provided at the Little House, most bicyclists I know do not want a large heavy breakfast. The use of the washer and dryer, secure bike shed, and clean accommodations, this place can't be beat."


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Number of users on Katy Trail
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Amy from St. James on 07/10/2007 02:54 PM
Any help will be appreciated. I am trying to get an approximate number of users that utilize the Katy Trail. Specifically around the Hermann area.

 
Anonymous on 07/10/2007 11:36 PM
If you call Debra Ray at Graham Cave State Park, she can give you the numbers from the trail counters at the McKittrick Trail Head. This is the closest trail head to Hermann.

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Riverfront Bar & Grill (Portland)
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Michele on 07/10/2007 12:30 PM
I've read that many places are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. I called just 5 minutes ago (on a Tuesday) and spoke with a person who says they are open on Tuesdays 11-8.

 
Michele on 07/10/2007 12:30 PM
I've read that many places are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. I called just 5 minutes ago (on a Tuesday) and spoke with a person who says they are open on Tuesdays 11-8.

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Jims Bar & Grill (Tebbetts)
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Jeff from Ottumwa, Iowa on 04/29/2007 09:30 PM
We came through Tebbetts about 11:00 AM from Jefferson City and discovered this place is only open from noon to 1 on Fridays and noon to 8 on Saturdays and Sundays. Luckily we had a big breakfast.

 
Jeff from Ottumwa, Iowa on 04/29/2007 09:30 PM
We came through Tebbetts about 11:00 AM from Jefferson City and discovered this place is only open from noon to 1 on Fridays and noon to 8 on Saturdays and Sundays. Luckily we had a big breakfast.

 
Michele on 07/10/2007 12:25 PM
I just called them. Jim said they are open Tues through Sunday from noon until close.

 
Michele on 07/10/2007 12:25 PM
I just called them. Jim said they are open Tues through Sunday from noon until close.

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