Hampton Inn & Suites St. Louis-Edwardsville
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... 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!
... were constructed from earth dug from "borrow pits" nearby with stone and wood tools and transported in baskets on people's backs. It is estimated that 50 million cubic feet of dirt was moved for mound construction alone. Many mounds were rectangular and served as a base to elevate ceremonial buildings and residences of the elite. Conical and ridge top mounds were used for burials of important people or they marked ...
... a good laugh and gave us some good advice on the places we were visiting next. My purse was a lot lighter the next day so we spent as little as possible and just went for a wander around the boulevard heights neighbourhood. It was nice being somewhere a bit more homey and suburban for a change. Monday night we caught the bus/train out to Memphis on to the next part of the ...
... quite a distance. Saw a cab and decided we needed to walk off dinner and drinks.
Wasn't a very comfortable walk home as we walked out of a very busy area into a very quiet dark area. Crossed the road several times when we noticed any unsavoury characters heading our way, or walking behind. Very swift walk home I can tell you. We both felt that you can't protect yourself against a gun or a knife.
In hindsight, we should not have walked home. ...
... are being made, lives are being changed. We see this in the stories and faces of Florida and St. Louis kids, and adults. Stories upon stories have been told and this group of people from all sorts of different backgrounds and lifestyles are becoming close friends that support and lift each other up. The relationships we have made are ones that have changed the lives of those impacted.
I arrived back ...