Hampton Inn & Suites St. Louis-Edwardsville
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... unfolded with the Scott's was that their case led to a Supreme Court hearing and the deceleration that they and any person descended from Africans, whether slave or free, is not a citizen of the United States, according to the then Constitution. Chief Justice Taney who made the decision had hoped to settle issues related to slavery and Congressional authority by this decision but actually it did the opposite and aroused public outrage leading to the civil war ...
... Someone in the group actually new another Nick Rackers. He was Nick Rakers and not from Germany in case you were wondering. Rackers isn't very common outside of central Missouri so that was fun. While we were discussing the Rackers name I bring up he fact that my brother married a Rackers to which very quickly Barry quips " We have laws against that kind of thIng in Australia". Great one Barry! I tell him I'm not from Arkansas. Day 2: Bridge Climb Day. Some ...
... a full 24 hours on the Southwest Chief I made it to Kansas City to take the Missouri River Runner the rest of the way to St. Louis. By the way, St. Louis claims to have the 2nd largest Mardi Gras celebration in the US and there were quite a few 40-50 year old women on the train who didn't want anyone else traveling to St. Louis forget that fact.
I got to St. Louis and immediately realized that I was definitely in a northerly latitude owing to the snow on the ground. To ...
... Springfield, and through to Saint Louis as a pictorial. Whatever narrative that is to be drawn by the viewer will likely be as coherent, if not more so, than our own words might attempt at explaining the pleasantly meandering madness we immersed ourself in throughout the day. Feel free to guess at what might be happening...
We'll be out on Route 66 again by Friday, as we disembark for Tulsa!
My mother was an Alpha Chi Omega at University of Missouri. As a kid, my sister and I learned all her sorority songs and we sang them as we drove places in her red Buick convertible. One song started with the lyric:
"I'm a sheik of the open road, a rolling stone am I."
Later in the song, the lyrics went something like this:
“Some folks like to travel; some go because ...