Comfort Inn & Conference Center
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... they make us feel so very much at home, and we enjoy our time with Kathy and Gary and the extended family.
On our last night (Labor Day night), we had the added excitement of a tornado warning just as we were all going to bed (Gary was asleep already!) - so we gathered down in the basement for a half hour - no harm, no foul!
We have been following much of Lewis and Clark's remarkable trip and so it was fitting to spend time today commemorating that epic journey. Very close by our campsite is an excellent museum and interpretive center specifically about the Lewis and Clark expedition. Its located here because this is where their first camp was located - Camp Dubois. They spent 157 days at this camp preparing for the big journey. It gives a good glimpse ...
... the Mississippi River and the stadium where the St. Louis Cardinals play baseball. Not sure if it was seeing things from that height or the tiny space or what but a few minutes was all we needed before we were ready to get back down. Back at floor level was a very interesting museum of history. We got to read about Lewis and Clark, see Teepees and learn new (to us) historical facts.
We were ready at ...
... a new item on the menu, grilled chicken and Asagio Cheese tortellini, grilled asparagus, soup and some bread (forgot the name) and it was wonderful. We would definitely try it again.
Our original plan had been to get to Mt. Vernon, Illinois but since we had done a tour that we had not planned on and had taken time for a nice meal, we decided to head for St. Louis instead. Actually, we headed for EAST St. Louis. Laura, I know we told you that we wouldn’t ...
... to be used when playing Gaga Ball!
Throughout the day, relationships began to become stronger and the laughter became louder—what Pastor Randy calls Spiritual Laughter—and by late afternoon you could see the youth and adults interacting playing cards, talking, cooking, or finishing up jobs.
We then had another yummy meal of tacos and then we all piled up into vans and cars and made our way to Ted Drewes—now, before ...