Timmermann House Bed and Breakfast
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... we say deer, a cardinal, brown hawk, and a turtle.We finished the day by arriving in East St. Louis at the
Casino Queen RV park. This is one of the few places where I had made a reservation since it is going to be the weekend of the 4th of July and because I wanted a place close to the
Arch and to Busch Stadium.
July 3, 2015
Drove into St. Louis but found the ...
... what I learned.
We decided to explore more of the lovely countryside on the way back tom the hotel.
On to Lincoln tomorrow.
... It was really nice to relax at the bar, talk with Amy, and joke with a few of her regulars. If we didn't have an almost two hour drive to Union, MO, we may have stayed longer, but as it was, we were driving during rush hour straight into St. Louis.
Gas is SO much cheaper in Missouri!! It's averaging $3.09-$3.13 so far...we filled up again even though we were only at half a tank. Maybe we'll even get lucky and see it for less than $3...one can hope.
... hole where the old drain was, so we're going to cover that with a mesh screen so that it has easy draining capabilities. All in all, it's a thing of beauty and I'm so proud of my man! Neither of us are all that handy, but we like learning and don't mind getting our hands dirty, so this RV is teaching us a lot.
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... 10,000 people immigrated to Granite City from Macedonia, Bulgaria, Hungary and other parts of Central and Eastern Europe during a two-year period. At the time, this area was called 'Hungary Hollow’. During the 1907 Depression, the neighborhood of Hungary Hollow was nicknamed ‘Hungry Hollow’, as many immigrants starved during this period. The following year, one of the founding fathers of the City and of NESCO, William Niedringhaus, would die, leading to ...