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Travel Blogs from Bonne Terre
... was not favorable. I fully intended to get to St. Louis but when we got to a town called Marthasville it was still 58 miles to get there. I had already gone 74 miles and I was getting really tired. We decided to ride forward about 10 miles into a bigger town named Washington and we called it a day. Tomorrow I will ride into and through St. Louis where I am looking forward to getting some awesome ...
... avoid the person. End soapbox rant.
Back to the smiley kids: I’m not a parent, so I’m out of the
loop when it comes to child-rearing. But it’s made me sad to see so many children
who don’t appear to have had the opportunity to just be kids. So many of them
we’ve met act much older than they are and are already showing a cynical and
suspicious side when it comes to fun. My sincere hope is that after ...
... and again, overrun by mosquitoes. During the
days, we rode up and down the main road in the park called "The Trace"
... several side roads, too. We constantly spotted wild turkeys in fields and
on roadsides, saw several deer, and lots of roadkill armadillos. We visited the
historically restored "Homeplace" - a working farm village with
docents in period costume. Maggie was ...
... so they had the equipment and expertise. But to see it you are still impressed! And it is stocked with fish. The marina holds several boats on hydrolic lifts. We spent one afternoon on the lake in Larry's new boat. Pete's been fishing but hasn't caught the big one yet...one of their grandsons caught a 7 lb bass, so Pete has some competition. Today we went to St Louis for a Cardinals game. At 11 am we were drinking a beer and having lunch at ...
... to take a long break every 5 - 10 miles. We had to drink copious amounts of liquids to stay hydrated. Towards midday, we were both feeling sick and dizzy and were worried of having bigger sun-related issues. In any case, we made it. And we're alive. So that's cool. Our plan is now to pack in as many miles as early as possible and take a 3-5 hour siesta during the hottest hours of the day, and put more miles in ...