Candlewood Suites O'Fallon
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Well we picked up our camper on Friday the fifth, had our orientation and headed down the road. We stayed at a campground about 30 miles away, set up and immediately ran into problems, the leveling system did not work. After some phone calls we discovered that all was well and we were not given all of the info we needed. Fast forward, traveled to Cahokia IL. Arrived at our campground and guess what, the leveling system did not work at all nor would the slide-outs which mean't ...
... Spanish class. We were at this school for almost an hour going through the piles of stuff that had been pulled into the hallway from the classrooms. Anyway, to make a long story short, we found them. I couldn't believe it, but I was so glad.
Our drive wasn't real exciting, but one funny thing happened. We ended up stopping at Arby's in some po-dunk town in Tennessee to go to the bathroom. You had ...
... based, but one of the judges came up to us and chatted to us for awhile and then the other one came and gave us some Guinness glasses as a reciprocal present for the vegemite. Another great night... all that's left is to go back to the room and eat our leftover cold pizza from last night (thank goodness we have a fridge in our room, they are very rare in US hotels) and fall into bed. One more full day in St Louis!
... but it was so hot and humid the air was oppressive. I am really beginning to love the Tucson heat.
I've been meaning to write about the corn fields. Since we entered Nebraska we have seen corn fields everywhere. As far as the eye can see there are corn fields in every state we have been in. Corn fields next to factories, corn fields next to tracts of homes, they are tucked in wherever they will fit. Amazing!
... the "City Museum"... which is impossible to describe. Picture a multi-story warehouse with a series of caves, slides, tunnels, sculptures all built into and outside it, with little places to crawl and slide over, under, through the floors, etc. It was crazy and completely appealed to David, especially after his caving experience at Mammoth Caves - here he ...