Extended Stay America - St. Louis - Westport
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... getting my oil changed, having a tick removed from my buttock, and taking Seaman to the vet for what I thought was a tick, but it wasn't. I had removed 3 ticks from my skin about 4 days ago but I missed one where the sun doesn't shine and only realized I had another one yesterday. I decided I wouldn't risk a partial removal and went to an Urgent Care center who did the work and prescribed ...
... were more exits with more places to eat or get gas which was a big change from Nebraska. On the way, out of nowhere I saw a sign that said "Emma 2 miles" so I figured I might as well get off because either theres a town named Emma or someones telling me to go somewhere in 2 miles. It was a teeny tiny town called Emma, Missouri that consisted of a post office, a country club, a general store, and a bar. (Photos to come). Population 233. I looked up a little ...
... their girls. Afterwards I shared my photos of Randy through the years that I have on my computer which she really enjoyed seeing. She was also able to give the background on many of the photos that I have of him from Alaska.. she was on most of the trips with him where the photos were taken (in fact, she took most of them). I'm going to have to send these up to her so that I can document it ...
Time to head out for the night, my original plan was to go to the 360 bar at the Hilton then down to Soulard for a night listening to music in a bar somewhere but we were both pretty exhausted from the days activities so decided to just go downstairs to Tigin Irish Pub for a few drinks and have our leftover pizza for dinner, after all we'd had a huge lunch that finished at 3pm! ...
... airplanes, wires, signs, gears, pipes, pretty much anything you can think of and it all came from the city of St Louis. It was an amazing place, one that is very hard to describe. Everything could be climbed up, climbed through, slid on, etc. It was a huge maze with ladders, stairs, slides, tunnels and holes everywhere and there were purposefully no maps. The intent is for kids to just explore. For parents who need to know where there ...