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... Missouri. It is open 24 hours. Tom asked permission at one of Walmart employee if it's okay to stay there for a night, that's kind of unwritten rule if you want to park your RV for free in Walmart before you continue the trip, it's also appreciated to not use the generator and using the sliding out. It's still Walmart anyway, not a campground. Sleep tight everyone! -Wheatfield Indiana, St. Louis Missouri, Springfield ...
... But it didn't work out so well. In fact I got glared at and not spoken to for more than an hour.
When it was all said and done we must have walked 150 kilometres through the streets of Vancouver, Sacramento, St. Louis and Chicago. It got so crazy I faked a blister on my foot. But blister or not I'd probably have walked another 50K just to see the Cardinals' new confines. St. Louis was my 27th major league ballpark.
... yet modern feel of it. I think it is the combination of brick and steel construction that gives it this feel. Too much concrete, like Miami, tends to distract from the atmosphere I like to experience at a game. Out front of the stadium is a group of small statues honoring past Cardinal legends. (I just realized I haven't always been super clear on where I am each day. I'll try to remedy that in future.) There is also a larger than life statue for ...
... excited to see him! When we were on our way again, I finally asked Bilbo how he had managed to get out of the tunnel and sneak up on us. Bilbo tells me that he had found a ring. This ring makes him invisible. He tells me that I can't tell the dwarves because he feels that he is finally fitting in. I promised not to tell anyone. I am becoming more scared as to what danger we would face next. (Quest Literature: Hero has a special quality that is emphasized on the ...
... the years which was amazing.
Hitting the road again we traveled for another few hours before going to Springfield to see the house of Abraham Lincoln which was good to see ( we couldn't get inside as the last tickets had gone).
Last bit of the journey was the last 100 miles to St Louis. From about 15miles out you can see the arch and the city sky line which is very impressive.
Arrived at out hotel changed and headed out for a meal at an Irish bar up the road.