Extended Stay America - St. Louis - O' Fallon, IL
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Lucky 13 I must not have done much... I did not make much of a notation.. other then that I lounged on the beach in the hammock and in the beach chair and then in the tent.
Day 14...........I finally figured out how to best row the boat... I have home made oars... I used stair well hand rails and plywood and second hand rusty carriage bolts...I came to the realization that if I sit on a 5 gallon pail situated just fore the companionway placed ...
... 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!
... state capitol is on a hill, it is a huge stone slab of a building that looks like it would weather anything... tornado, hurricane, whatever. It wasn't the prettiest, but it was massive. Also, the homeless people seemed to all be friends and having a great time hanging out together. And, I did have to lay on the horn at some old lady. Yes, I'm terrible for that, but she tricked me into letting her into my ...
... are in our book. Again, this was a classic place that the author established as a BBQ Joint – it was a “joint”, the owner was on premise, and they cooked some good “Q”. THE waitress waved us in and told us to pick a place to sit. It was a little late for the normal lunch crowd, but there were some “regulars” there. Shirley ordered a rack of baby back ribs with cheesy macaroni and slaw, and I ordered ...
... oldest garages on route which has been pleasantly restored. JC took a liking to this as it had a caravan adjacent, built in the year of her birth 1953. It had a plate on it naming it a Winnebago. (Was this the start of many?). Our next stop was Pontiac, a small town we both really enjoyed. The museums were free and well worth seeing. One museum had the Route 66 history, mock rooms from the 50's and on the top floor was memorabilia from the Second World War, donated by ...