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Hi All, We traveled across I 70 to I 29 to our current location (just north of Kansas City) on Friday. Today the bus picked us up at 8:15 and we headed to the Pony Express museum in St Joseph, MO. A movie told the story of the Pony Express and its demise. Up the street was a wonderful museum - Patee House Museum National Landmark. It was once a pioneer hotel and headquarters for the Pony Express ...
... entire time I was there.
I liked the engraving on the wine barrel at Beachaven. Plus je bois, mieux je chante. (The more I drink, the better I sing.) Since I can't sing at all, a little wine can only help. The drive through St. Louis was picturesque thanks to all the architecture of all the old buildings. Don't bother with the bypass, just drive right through the center of town.
... sight. Another day we drove into the quaint little town of Weston. We found some unusual shops and the Pirtle Winery. The pool was great (finally a pool warm enough for the Floridian in us to get into) and Rocky loved all the green grass.
... Tramirette that I liked. It is a hybrid grape. A not to sweet white.
Next stop was Weston to find the Weston Wine Co. The owner of this winery is also the owner of the Jowler Winery. He was there to pour our wine. We also found out that his wife was the one pouring our wine at Jowler. They keep it in the family.
Then it was time for a late lunch/early dinner. Larry had in mind a brewery that he had seen ...
... Went to the office anyway, and was lucky enough to get the last 50 amp/FHU site that we could get our rig and towed into.
This is a very clean and nice park that is well off the beaten path. Only noise is the planes as they begin their ascent into KC International. They are still at altitude, so it is not really loud. We are backed up to trees and no one is behind us. We are a ...