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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 ...
... entry". There is a Hollywood style walk of fame stars on the sidewalk honoring famous St. Louisian's (including many sports and Hollywood figures).
We did find an old fashioned soda and candy store with a very large variety of soda pop including bacon, peanut butter, pumpkin, Martian Poop, and more flavors (see pictures).
... the way from Denmark, called her parents and told them we would be in the city and that we didn't have anything to do or stay. Katie texted us about 20 minutes after we get to St. Louis and says that her mom just bought us a hotel room a little bit outside of the city and that its all paid for. We were speechless and after trying to spend a good 10-15 minutes telling Mrs. Levy that we were incredibly thankful but it was unnecessary. However, she was ...
... flown them in the past 3 years or
so except one time, they have switched the seating all over the plane, I guess due to
aircraft changes. We took off about 20-30 min late but arrived on time in Atlanta. Atlanta
is a very busy airport at least compared to Boston; while Boston is usually dead at 9pm,
Atlanta was chock a block full of people at that hour. Our connection to St. Louis left
more or less on time and once again when we scanned our boarding passes to ...