Extended Stay America - St. Louis - St. Peters
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... floor and face aft.. and row the boat stern first facing downstream.. like sitting on a datum line.. fore of center... in a sense maybe its actually aft of center depending on how you look at it... so if I were flying backwards down stream .. facing the tail of the plane... anyway.... the boat was easier to control... as nutty as it sounds.. it was..........
so I am going down river stern first.. got it...? The Good life............
Our day started at 10:30 a.m. meeting the St. Louis group at the airport. After some bagels and coffee Yvette and I met up with the rest of the group at the gate. It was great to see some familiar faces and to meet some new people too. Our next flight takes us to Chicago O'Hare airport where we will meet up with fellow travelers from Denver, Houston and Omaha.
Don't want to miss the flight!
... given I was going NW to Washington State, but I did as I was told and soon was on 75 North. Not far to Tennessee, crossed over at 11am and discovered right away that the ROADS in Georgia are better but WOW those pretty mountains and lakes in Tennessee! See pics. Within 2 hours, I passed my first double-wide slowing down traffic... on a pot-holed freeway... and figured out why I don't live in Tennessee... Did 2 sets of twenty minute bits of ...
April 20th Rich and I will be celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary. Three kids and spouses and 7 grand kids later we have realized what an accomplishment we have acquired. We decided to celebrate by taking a cruise to Alaska. We embark on our journey May 2nd with a flight into Seattle. On May 3rd we set sail for Alaska and the inside passage. We will ...
... the jukebox blared some track that drowned out any further
conversation, save for the $4 tab. I paid
it gladly; we mounted up and left. The beer
didn’t sit well.
on down Broadway, dodging glass, screws, and an assortment of tire destroying
objects along our lane. I’d forgotten
just how hilly my hometown was. It was a
rare moment when we were on flat roads.
We were either struggling up a long ...