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... people in the pod, and your knees will be nearly touching. If you're 6 feet or taller you will not be able to sit up straight.
Not a pleasant place to be for those who are remotely claustrophobic. The arch is higher than I thought and narrower. You can see this structure from anywhere even from around town.But the view from the top is awesome, and the park is beautiful.
... For those keeping track: this is the first Cathedral of my trip (I collect them).
Next up: St. Charles, Missouri. This was a twofer: the city played a role in the L&C expedition and late in the life of DB. I visited the Lewis and Clark Boathouse and Nature Center along the river, which was really interesting. They had a replica of the keel boat used by L&C (and used in the ...
Blake and Charis also have tickets so we decide to go
together, we arrived back at the botanical gardens and my goodness what a
difference to this afternoon, its absolutely choccas, people everywhere. Blake drops us off and goes to park the
car. On entering the gardens it is so
stunning, all the lanterns, which some are huge almost on stages, are all hand
made, apparently the Chinese arrived 6 weeks before the display to ...
... Baking Company. Now you know.
Down the road we stopped at a McDonalds in Macon, Missouri and then drove to a small, nearby, park to eat. There was a little boy on a bike there. He was maybe 8 or 9. He started talking to Nancy about Bailey. He told her that he has two Beagles at home and one of them is a black lab. Too cute.
That was our last fun stop. The sun was setting while we were in Macon. We ...
... facts about him, and things he wrote. He was very humble, an ordinary person, with a good sense of humor (see inaugural invite picture). He played the piano, and loved reading. (Mrs. and Mr. Truman read together each evening in their retirement.) They had one daughter, named Margaret Truman, who became a famous singer.
Snapple Cap of the Day:
Right-handed people tend to chew food on the right side and lefties chew on the left.