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... us via the highway, we decided to take a small road that runs parallel to the Mississippi River called the Great River Road. Unfortunately the Great River road wasn't so great; there were a few parts when we saw the Mississippi, otherwise we just saw corn fields and followed train tracks the whole way. We were on the Missouri side and there is also a Great River Road on the Illinois side, so maybe that one is more scenic? ...
... cave (we’ve been in some better caves), but the group was a little too large for the guide. Bob & I were at the end of the group and by the time we got to what the guide was talking about, he had turned out the lights and we really didn’t get to see what he was talking about. Guess people will use any excuse to open a winery, yes there is one right outside the cave. The wines are named after some of ...
Today was another 90 something mile day. Again thankfully overcast. It may even be cooler than UK at the moment. Even felt a little chilly setting off at 7.30am but comfortable after 5 mins on the bike. The main reason for that is simple. Hills. The lovely rolling hills have started to get a little tedious now. 3 days of them and I am feeling pooped. Actually I think the last days in Missouri have been the hardest cycling days (previously its been the weather making ...
The road has gotten better since we got off 75 and onto I 24. We traveled through some lovely country bedecked with green fields of corn, acres of lush grass, blue roadside flowers, undulating roadways and lots of John Deere tractors. We are now just off Rt 157 heading north. I suddenly realized that I have ancestors hereabouts. My Grandma, Grandpa, Mom (not buried here) and 5 of her brothers and sisters (10 in all) were from, and are buried in, Carterville, IL. ...
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snatch of the cratch
fekin stanky craytch
terrori (one terrorist many terrori)
frad chakgrei with poppodums
frad ras on a pupadon
one syphilis many sifili
hot piece of pee
southern frad naggers
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