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Travel Blogs from Nauvoo
It's Flag Day and my flag of choice is a giant banner that reads, "IT'S MY BIRTHDAY!"
I celebrated at Mom's with a good book, Lifetime movies (murder & mayhem, not sappy), and pistachio cake. She even let me have the gooey center pieces - quite possibly because she saw what happened when The Nightmare Nanny didn't get her way.
... fully mouth-pounded. Also booze (thanks Norma) because I'm traveling with my mother.
This was phase 1 of my packing experience - all now sealed in an airtight plastic container, Airtight because of the bears. Also, I left the honey here in FM after reading "The House at Pooh Corner" - where I learned that bears cannot resist honey. Smart. ...
... an article about the circus and J.P.'s visit at journal-pilot.com.
Gary, our sponsor contact, drove us over to the radio station, WCAZ AM 990 in the fire truck and John did an interview with the dj there. The dj is turning it into a spot they'll play over the next two weeks to advertise the circus.
We were done after that, so after a goodbye to Gary, we packed up and ...
Up early this morning for another long day. Only stops we made were for food and fuel and a photo stop beside the Mississippi River before heading to Keokuk for the night. After dinner we walked down to the river and watched a tug push barges into the lock, one o 23 locks on the river.
Along the back roads there is corn field after corn field, the shopping centre was surrounded by a corn field.
... made the choice to stop at these historical locations. My whole life I had heard about Nauvoo and Carthage and I always wanted to visit and see them first hand and experience them for myself. I didn't necessarily learn anything new but I it was nice to visit and see them first hand.
Grandpa John's Cafe-http://www.grandpajohnscafe.com/in dex.html