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Leaving St. Louis and embarking on my epic 5 day road-trip to Portland, Oregon! I will be stopping at Lawrence and Hays, Kansas, Colorado Springs and Elizabeth and Denver, Colorado, Moab and Salt Lake City, Utah, Boise, Idaho, and Colombia River Gorge, Oregon ...
... until 11:30 at the Cracker Barrel in Paducah, KY. Talk about crowded but the wait was only 15 minutes surprisingly. Then on to the gas station! We don't know how many gallons the RV would have sucked up because the pump stopped when it reached a certain amount of money. Must have something to do with the credit card as we used it instead of the debit card. Will have to check it out with the credit card company.
Finally we were checked ...
In addition to sharing my language and culture, I hope to gain some things as well. One thing in particular is a better handle on my Spanish speaking skills. Yes. I speak Spanish, but the more and more I sit on it, the more I lose. My goal is to not just get as good as I used to be, but to be even better. I want to be an overall, excellent communicator in Spanish. If I stay focused and don’t look for gringos ...
... his playlist by playing another song off his music list that was none other than the famous Tibetan Monk or Navajo Elder or whatever the hell he was, Gordon LIGHTFOOT?! GORDON LIGHTFOOT! He really set the air waves ablaze with, "If you could read my mind." Ohhhh sorry, my husband would like to clarify he is CANDADIAN...like THAT makes it ALL better...YOU BETCHA! ...
... and then got to Memphis by about 3:30pm. Our first stop in Memphis was
Mud Island which was very interesting. This is a Mississippi River Museum. You park in
Memphis and then have the choice was walking across a fairly long bridge or taking a
monorail tram over (there is also a drive in entrance I believe). The full ticket includes
the monorail, museum and outdoor model of the Mississippi River. The museum took us
about an hour to get through and includes history ...