Join my first rock bluff on my left at odometer reading 1112.
And the food was very good too.
From the Train Depot to the NE corner of Sedalia, where the trail is picked up, is well marked with street signs, bearing the katy insignia.
"katy Trail Journal, 5/11 - 5/14/2001 n a solo ride across Missouri's katy trail n, kohler slotted overflow bath drain arrived via Amtrak at the Lee's Summit station at 1250; transport to Clinton - about 50 miles to the southeast.Highest elevation on the Katy trail, 950' above sea level, is near Brown, MO, MM 243; no marker.1055, I arrive in Booneville, odometer 1102.5, MM 191.8.In addition to the Globe, there is the Salimander Grill right next door, and the Thornhill Winery two blocks down.1535, arrive Hartsburg, my second night scheduled stop; odometer 1142, MM 153.7.Lunch at the Main Street Café in downtown Booneville, about 2 blocks from the bridge over the Missouri - from here on, the trail follows the Missouri.The first section is very gently rolling prairie, almost no hills.A father/son team from Boston, heading east to Kansas City.Monday 5/14 metrics: McKittrick to Trelor,.17 hrs,.2 miles, average.1mph.
Louis restaurant, let alone one in a town of approximately 160.
Sunday 5/13 metrics: elapsed time 6 hrs 55 minutes,.8 miles for an average.6 mph (don't forget the flat!).
Sunday, May 13, 2001.But the twilight persists, and I arrive at 2015, odometer 1090, MM 203.3.Arrive at Meyers' Hilltop Bed Breakfast; great hosts, a great place to stay, they make you feel at home!16.2 miles for an average.1mph.He also informs me that the upcoming section, from Sedalia to Pilot Grove, contrary to popular belief, has hills.Friday metrics;.5 miles in 5 hours 55 minutes, average.4 mph.Chat with several riders at the trailhead.The Mercantile is having their grand re-opening on 6/2/2001.
Saturday, May 12, 2001.