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The Gateway Arch also known as the gateway to the west is another American iconic landmark. I've been here several times on my layovers, and it's still one of my favorite places to visit.
I've often wondered why they chose that shape and its true purpose. Some conspiracy theorists say they built it in stainless steel structure so it can produce an ionic pulse, ...
After a breakfast and some time playing dice with Casey's daughter (solidifying my theory about shy people connecting) I got in my car to head to Minnesota. Just before I put the car in drive I thought I better check the weather since I remember seeing a chance of thunderstorms. The forecast called for an 80% chance of "heavy thunderstorms" during the game. So after consulting a schedule I called an audible and basically flip flopped my St. Louis ...
... exit and wound up limping to a Schnucks Grocery store parking lot. The damage this time was worse... RV fender was gone and the hydraulic line was broken. After many phone calls we got the ok from the police to leave it in the parking lot overnight and arrange to have it towed Monday a.m. Found a motel room til tomorrow we figure out what to do. What a ...
... quarry. The priest was creative and used things like baking molds and glass bottles to add decorations along with shells and beautiful rocks. It was very peaceful both on the drive to the shrine (about 8 miles off the highway) and on the grounds. The area is remarkably similar to New England with rolling hills and lots of deciduous trees.
We arrived in the St. Louis area around rush hour and were impressed ...
... went quite well. I landed around 6:30 PM and was greeted by Robin and Jean Voigt. They brought there dog Taylor along whom I remember form Norway. Robin was our safari guide in Africa when we went in 2009. He has since moved around the world from Norway to New Jersey. It was very nice to catch up with Robin and Jean and I felt as if I was right at home.
Instead of pushing on to the great white north I decided to relax and go into NYC for the following day. ...