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Travel Blogs from Columbia
The days are starting dwindle down!! 17 days until the big day!! Today I started organizing my stuff and slowly packing.... I am trying not to over pack! LOL I still have a few loose ends to finish up, and more packing and then I will be ...
... a 45 minute film on Truman was starting. Very lucky. The film was narrated by John Chancellor (you remember, the news guy). Very well done!
Harry Solomon Truman was the 33rd President of the US and final running mate of four-term President, Franklin D. Roosevelt. When FDR died on April 12, 1945, Truman became President. He was raised on a family farm and served in WWI before briefly owned a haberdashery (men's clothier) ...
Motorcycle: Sheared windshield bolt extracted and new one installed. Motor oil, filter and primary oil changed. Replaced blown Brake light bulb. All this fun at 10,000 miles on the Chief. However, we are back on the road.
A cloudy, rainy start from Mizzou. Thankfully, we had the Mustang. Once we arrived in Buffalo, we ...
... even reaching our destination of St. Louis but still put down some miles. Interstate riding is boring but it came alive today with rain and an accident on the west bound lane in the rain. Traffic backed up at least a mile. Firefighters, ambulances and TV crews all on the scene. We are very glad to be finally in a dry room.
... we watched a 15 minute film on the history of the Pony Express. It was well done. Then we toured the small but informative museum. There were areas about the horses, the riders, the cabins the riders would stay in, and a very nice exhibit showing all the different terrain the riders had to endure. There was a children's section for dress up, a stamping ...
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