Hampton Inn St. Louis Southwest
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... from Bangor. Max hates his carrier and typically tries to dig his way out whilst crying loudly. I don't blame him, I would do the same if someone stuffed me in a way too small bag. He seemed stunned though and hardly made a peep on the way to the airport. When we got to security, I didn't want to take him out of the carrier and walk him through the x-ray so I opted for private screening. They brought us into a small room and I let ...
... like we are having today.
Nuff said! Not going up.
We did get some good photos from below though!
We went back to camp to wait for Kellie to get out of class and got hit by a huge storm.
It wasn't there, then it was windy, then it rained, REALLY HARD, then it was gone!
We finally made it to Maryville University, Met Kellie's roommate, and her boyfriend John. We had a fun evening, but forgot to take anymore photos :-(
... app looking for a couple of booths we HAD to visit right away and then the rest of the time was hugs/kisses/handshakes (HKH) For Sydney's convention they call the house of friendship the Billabong. Billabong isn't just a clothing company. It's known as a watering hole and a gathering place which is perfect named for this event. The opening session is across the way from the Billabong. One must cross into Cathy Freeman Park to get to Allphones where ...
We were continuing on with our journey today when we had an unpleasant surprise. A group of trolls showed up and attempted to rob us clean. Luckily, Gandalf showed up and save dour skins. He was able to distract the trolls by throwing his vive to sound like one of them and then got them in an argument. I caught on to Gandalfs plan ...
... 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 ...