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... set in pleasant green rolling hills on the banks of the wide Missouri River. It was the journey itself which probably gave us most delight. Driving in the car is more like an armchair ride, rolling along the highway in old luxury and style. We refuelled at some point, and the total cost was $27 – it’s only the second fill-up since Tom bought the car.
... Norton grapes are the specialty of the area – full-bodied to make reds similar to merlot and cabernet.
In celebration of their German heritage, a statue of Hermann, the German warrior who stopped the Romans in A.D. 9, greets visitors at the end of the Missouri River bridge. Their statue is the third largest Hermann in the world, after one in Germany and the other in New Ulm, ...
... the small French village of La Charette (7 homes), the last white mans settlement they would see in over 2 years. Clark does not mention meeting Boone, now 70 years old who lived nearby.
From Clark's journal May 29th - "Rained .... the Mosquitoes are very bad."
Rain started today for me also and is expected to last several days.
We just returned from one week at the bahia principe akumel resort in cancun mexico. The beach front room was the highlight. Listening to the ocean waves all night was wonderful. The weather was amazing and the the people and food was great. We will go ...
... yet!" John would merge. And sure enough, there'd be a 4 miles long row of polite Midwesterners, and, JUST before the left lane really did close down, an SUV with New York [or Mass., or NJ] license plates would zoom up and muscle into line. It happened repeatedly, I kid you not. Just saying.
Hoping All's well with you all. For us.....Kansas City and John's sisters maņana. Much love,