Pear Tree Inn Arnold
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... to where I started. The ferry had a 2 HP electric motor to pull it back and forth. We took lots of pictures. Then we were off to Bo's Hollow. Mom Lynn and son Mark seem to run the place. They have a "30's Gas station and a little village with a Barber shop, Post office, Telegraph office, General store, Jail and Smoke House that sold beef jerky. We took a tour of the property and shop were they restore Model A's. Right now Dave is working on restoring a Vicky. ...
... a BioDiverse St Louis. This is a city walking the talk on climate change. Rana managed another garden explore while David headed out to airport to collect their hire car ready for departure tomorrow. Rana was lucky enough to find the historic home of the founder of the Missouri Botanic Garden, Tower Grove House open for inspection. Dodging a protest about Ferguson, we had an enjoyable Vietnamese meal, which seem very popular in this ...
... wanted to go to Argentina. I will be so close, I wonder if I’ll make it there. Don’t want to go by myself though. This is why #2 is so important.
7. I can’t decide which books to bring. I’m not into Kindle so I have to choose wisely.
8. I wonder what the churches are like there. Hopefully the internet search I conducted did not do it justice because I found nothing.
This trip was a Mississippi River themed trip; we followed the river down from St.
Louis to New Orleans. Sometimes we think it’s fun to have a theme for the trip which
weaves together all the cities we plan to visit (for example, our last trip to the Southwest
had the loose theme of old Route 66). We departed Boston on the Delta 5:15pm flight
bound for Atlanta. The line at security took about 40 min to get through, so I was glad
we allowed extra ...
... abandoned buildings to the left, right and across the street. The facade was red brick with a barred door and one long rectangular window. The parking lot was a bit tore up, dark and lined with 10 ft. fencing. An assumed stray dog stood barking on the other side of the fence in a empty lot. We entered Smoki’s and were met with the smell of smoked meat and a smiling face behind the counter. We quickly decided on the pulled pork sandwich, ...