Tara Point Inn and Cottages
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... IL where the Illinois River met the Mississippi River.
We were in a room in a cabin with two other rooms. There was no other people in our cabin.
We had a nice dinner in the lodge restaurant. They were not too busy as their main season had not started. It was lovely here with the River, and the flowering ...
... where the Missouri River joins the Mississippi. Lewis and Clark carried out the expedition to find out what was in the west. They were sent out by Jefferson. You could do a whole holiday just finding all the historical markers for their expedition. We have seen several every day. It was getting late when we were at the tower (4.15) and there was only one worker who could not leave the information booth so we did not get ...
... Robinson on Nanseann about this time and worked our way to Pentwater, then on to Snug Harbor and Grand Haven. We had a wonderful time exploring these towns and found friendly Michiganders, plenty of stores to re-provision, and places to see that made each stop memorable.
Our next stop was at Eldean Shipyard in Holland, Michigan to undergo some propeller repair. While we were in Holland, we got around in a rental car. Rik and ...
... was a very quaint historic town full of little boutiques and cafes. The halloween stuff is out and the ice cream was tasty. They also have a shop full of English stuff like HP sauce and Tea! We around the town which was deserted due to the heat. We also sat by the Missourri river which was lovely and had a cool breeze to take the heat off a bit. It was a fab place. Tonight ...
... dozen kinds and I had to choose between all those. The one I finally picked was a Missouri quarter from 1983 and it had a picture of the St. Louis arch on the side that has a picture on it and it was connected to a ring that said Gateway Arch, St. Louis on it.
During our trip I've found one of my favorite hard candies: Rootbeer barrells. They are basically hardened rootbeer in the shape of a barrell and if you suck on them ...