Crown Pointe Lodge
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... was not favorable. I fully intended to get to St. Louis but when we got to a town called Marthasville it was still 58 miles to get there. I had already gone 74 miles and I was getting really tired. We decided to ride forward about 10 miles into a bigger town named Washington and we called it a day. Tomorrow I will ride into and through St. Louis where I am looking forward to getting some awesome ...
... the day. They were both complimentary
of the show and were a real joy to talk to. It’s always nice to meet folks who
genuinely love circus and go out of their way to support circus. Tom took
photos during the second show and said he’ll have prints for us later on down
the road, which I’m really excited about. Thank you guys and thanks for making
a couple of circus newbies feel like we know what we’re doing…haha.
... the game that the Cardinals lost to the the Mets we had dinner at Soulards Cafe. We remembered the fried spinach from eating here once before and had to have it again. Delicious! Always a wonderful meal. Soulards is a yuppy neighborhood with bars and restaurants and old brick town homes, so charming. The Drury's grandson competes in the pole vault. The state high school track meet was held in Jefferson City (MO state capital) so we spent ...
... hoped they weren't doing the Loop! This was the "2nd annual Ugliest Witches Night" in Kimmswick and it looked like a rousing success.
Today we got away from the dock with gusting winds that followed us 60 miles downriver. On the way we passed quite a few tow boats. After communicating with one of them about passing, we heard the Rolling Stones classic, Satisfaction playing over the VHF radio. The tow boat ...
... to take a long break every 5 - 10 miles. We had to drink copious amounts of liquids to stay hydrated. Towards midday, we were both feeling sick and dizzy and were worried of having bigger sun-related issues. In any case, we made it. And we're alive. So that's cool. Our plan is now to pack in as many miles as early as possible and take a 3-5 hour siesta during the hottest hours of the day, and put more miles in ...