Hilton Garden Inn St Louis Airport
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... me sweating and Seaman looking for shade. We found the large LC and Seaman statue at the waterfront park and nearby was the Lewis and Clark Boathouse and Nature Center. Normally the boathouse has replica's of the 3 boats that LC took up river from here but they are currently in Canada as part of an HBO miniseries being filmed about the LC adventure. Nonetheless the boathouse had a great museum ...
... to Chicago. Unfortunately, we left without the company of Nanseann, since Rik was having some minor repair work done. Our crossing was some of the smoothest sea conditions we had experienced and about three miles into our journey we started seeing the outline of the Chicago skyline (30 miles away!). As we approached the city, we were joined by swarms of black flies and gnats who somehow managed to fly miles out into the lake and find ...
... river barge Captain, who was about to board for his 28 day shift. The engines on these mighty barges push out 9000 horsepower and the barges are 200 feet x 35 feet. They run 7 barges long by 5 barges wide at 1500 ton per barge. So one barge from wheelhouse to bow is a quarter mile long.
Barges heading downstream have right of way and with the river running at approximately 7 mph today they tell us its a tough job. The Mississippi is a free flow river, meaning there are no dams or ...
... fairly small so it is easy to have a quick jaunt around downtown. We were disappointed not to get over to the Gateway Arch but this was due to construction works to improve the park area of the monument. It was open but it was too much hassle trying to find a way across the busy network of interstates. You have to remember that in the US the car comes first, pedestrians are an ...
... is how unbelievably hot it is 38deg 100 deg for the last two days. Tomorrow it'll drop to mis 70sF much more comfortable. Brett has gone religious on us and listens to the gospel Channel on the bike.... Great having stereos! Countryside is cool and people are very friendly. Crossed the Mississippi into Missouri and we are writing this while consuming a well earned beer. We are eating healthy for all those doubters. Go the feral ...