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... and went to the hotel to pass out for the night.
The next day we woke up and went to the St. Louis Zoo which is the second largest Zoo in the country. We came to two very important realizations about Zoos while there. 1, Getting killed by a snake (doesn't matter what type) is a horrible way to die. And 2, kids under the age of 12 should not be allowed in Zoo's. We walked around for a few hours during a really beautiful day and then we went to ...
... There are so many stories to tell and if I don't write them down I won't remember them either. Day 1: Anne and Jeff pick me up at the airport after a thankfully uneventful flight across the the Pacific from Dallas. I met we quite a few Rotarians along the way during travel. Kansas, Florida, Texas. And once in Sydney we drove out to Heaven aka Olympic Park to pick up my registration. I had in my Goondiwindi Cotton shirt on and was picking up my convention bag ...
... on TV, but the grounds crew cuts an Arch in the outfield grass from the 3rd base side around to the first base side.
We then went to the Gateway Arch. I've been agonizing about this for weeks now. I've gotten really claustrophobic over the last several years and was really concerned about this little car that takes 4 minutes to go up to the top of the Arch (only 3 minutes on the way down). They have a sample ...
... city traffic. The Illinois 53 is mainly Route 66 and we drove on it to Joliet. Joliet, even with a name sounding like it is a cute little town, is quite a big not-so cute city. Although there were a few Route 66 plaques on the side of the road in the modern looking old town, we didn't stop. One junction of enormous significance to John (and not many other people I would guess) however, was where the Lincoln Highway (now US 30) CROSSED Route 66 (Illinois 53 here)! The Lincoln ...
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