Weston Bend State Park
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... across the river... over the battle of the Bankers... as usual per war... and just north of this area is where the Ohio river converges with the old Miss.
There is a small public park here ... though you might not know it.. as there is some kind of incredible influx of barge activity ... like a giant staging area of Massive Tonka Toys that float....
A Mans world... of big boy toys........ I took my water jug up to where the river ...
... they make us feel so very much at home, and we enjoy our time with Kathy and Gary and the extended family.
On our last night (Labor Day night), we had the added excitement of a tornado warning just as we were all going to bed (Gary was asleep already!) - so we gathered down in the basement for a half hour - no harm, no foul!
... I left Larry on the bridge and started speed walking back to the train station. I showered, changed and Anne, Jeff and I caught a cab back to Darling harbor with prefect timing. We sat at a table with Rotarians from Alabama, Georgia, Florida, The Vivid festival in on Sydney right now. Vivid is a light show. Buildings are projected onto. The harbor bridge is illuminated with color changing and customizable lights. Laser shows, ferries change color according to ...
... of it during the morning hours.
The Old Courthouse, built during the Civil War, was the site of the local Dred Scott Decision. Remember your history classes? Dred Scott, a slave, unsuccessfully sued for freedom in 1857 even though he lived in a state that abolished slavery. The US Supreme Court upheld the decision that no person of African ancestry, slave or free, ...
... who seemed honest, decent.
I noticed that behind the bar there were tributes to firefighters and
policemen, and a hundred patches from different police departments from the STL
area and beyond. So I called the
question; “Why is this bar called area four?”
The bartender turned out to also be the owner. He said, “I was a St. Louis Policeman for 31
years. We had 3 police districts/areas
in St. Louis. So when I ...