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... of jarred pickled veggies and gifts. We walked out with 4 jars of pickles and soups for the road.
Once seated in Lambert's they start you off with rolls. They don't serve the rolls in a basket but instead throw them to each table.
You don't need to order appetizers because servers come around with different items such as fried ocra, fried potatoes, and macaroni ...
... and I honestly get frustrated at my own abilities to endure such obstacles. That is usually the moment when I have reluctantly learned to hope for help and then simply ask for it. Somehow... somehow... it always seems to present itself in one form or another. For that, I am truly grateful because as hard as I try, I could not do this alone.
Ten days to Texas. Ten days closer to Home...
... eat it all though.
We went for a wonder after dinner along the Bricktown Canal and watched the ducks swimming about.
We could hear a local band playing and the atmosphere was so good. A million miles from the feeling we had in St. Louis.
We strolled past HOOTERS. We didn't go in. I've got my own bad boys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Our bed was calling and so we went back to the hotel and turned in for the night!!
... make it through this journey and still be together at the end, we'd have a long happy marriage! We continued our journey through the Mid-West and stumbled into a town called Cuba. We stopped for gas (a 5 litre Ford Mustang costs the equivalent of £40 to fill up, which is less than my 1.4 Astra..... TAKES THE ****!!!). Anyway, we got chatting to a cashier who was in the middle of some banter with a customer (we assumed a regular as they were on ...
... out the great museum. There were a few small windows at the top which gave a great view to the West to the city which is in Missouri and East out over the river to Illinois. We took some photos and then it was back on the road and onto the Meremac Caverns, which are a huge cave network deep underground that apparently Jesse James the outlaw used as shelter because they were so big he could run all his men and horses ...