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The day I have been dreading all summer is finally here: moving Max to Saint Louis. He will be staying with my mom for two months while he gets all checked out and approved to fly to New Zealand. I packed up every single last toy I could find (forgoing packing a purse or more than a change of clothes for myself) to make sure he felt at home away from home. Our flight was at 6:50 in the morning and we would take two flights to get to ...
... on him.") Husband was A-Okay we take our picture and depart.
We head across the river to Jefferson Expansion Park to visit the Arch. Gracie is too scared to go to the top so she stays below with Bryan. Bry and I head to the top of the Arch. I have visited before but it's a first for Bry. We get up there and in my opinion, it never gets ...
We decide to send bilbo in because he is the burglar. He slips the ring on and goes in. He sees smaug and freaks out. He takes a cup and leaves. When he get back to us we are in awe. However smaug keeps an eye on all his treasure and notices the missing cup. He starts to fly around the mountain breathing fire. He sees our ponies and ...
... cages after spending the last couple of weeks searching for wildlife out in the wild. Seeing a bear in a cage was just not as satisfying as seeing one walking across the hiking trail we were just on or crossing the road we were driving on. Anyway, it was still a fun way to spend the afternoon and we especially enjoyed watching the Hippos float along in the water and seeing the Orangutans and Chimpanzees up close.
We stopped for a bite to eat ...
Blake and Charis also have tickets so we decide to go
together, we arrived back at the botanical gardens and my goodness what a
difference to this afternoon, its absolutely choccas, people everywhere. Blake drops us off and goes to park the
car. On entering the gardens it is so
stunning, all the lanterns, which some are huge almost on stages, are all hand
made, apparently the Chinese arrived 6 weeks before the display to ...