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... shop half way here. Apparently the antique shops are very popular in Missouri! We were overwhelmed by the size of the one we were in this afternoon. It was better than any I've ever been to. I felt like I was on "American Pickers" rather than vacation. Next thing you know, Bryan and I will be quitting our day jobs and working for that show! ha ha.
As we were checking out at the Antique shop, the cashier was attempting ...
... was to arrive on the riverfront in St Louis before 12 noon and take a bus tour of St Louis which I did. The bus tour lasted 1 1/2 hrs and showed a lot of the attractions/museums/history etc and was good value for the money. A lot of the museums, attractions and the Zoo are free of charge to get in. If one was to come to St Louis to sightsee one would need at least a week. After I went over to see the Gateway Arch ...
... got me back into Missouri and to go back I would have to pay a toll (not likely). So I stopped at a MacDonalds to check my e-mail to see if the guy from BMW had sent me anything and he had. He really wanted to see my bike so that he knew he was going to order the right part for me. So a mad dash to St Louis was in order and I made it by 3:30pm which was 1/2 an hour before his deadline. Oh well, I'll go back to Hannibal tomorrow.
... of vision that is the Gateway Arch. Not only is the structure amazing, but its corresponding park is too. Throw in a rather remarkable old courthouse dedicated to the Dred Scott case, and you have a perfectly-executed monument--one that shows modernity and history; gesture and narrative. We learned while visiting the monument that the architect of the project, Eero Saarinen, had made a career out of futuristic design, and when ...
... during November and December
at the Art on the Square Gallery
30 Public Square
Meet the Artists' Reception
during the Downtown Belleville Art and Wine Walk
Saturday, November 20, 2010
5 – 9 p.m.
Jerie Artz, Loris Butterfield, Arvilla Friar, Suzanne Lowry, Beth Meier,
Tatyana Robberts, Susan Rogers, Larry Seibold, Carol Seibold, Debra Townsend