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We are traveling this time with Mike and Karen Wirtzberger, my brother and his wife, and our two Golden Retrievers, Beckett and Brodie. They bought a motor home this past winter and we have been planning this trip since then. We were going to go to Nova Scotia this year but decided that we should get to California and see the redwoods and Sequoias before they are burned in one of the massive fires they are having out there.
We plan on traveling ...
... to search for the grave of Thomas Lincoln, Abe’s
father. My old jalopy had been acting up again with the air conditioning not
working for a few days and an occasional squeaking sound from a belt (nothing
particularly unusual). Starting the car at the cemetery there was a sharp
screeching sound, smoke coming out from under the hood, and then a loud pop as
the steering belt snapped.
Great, stranded in the middle ...
... on the road and ready to roll.
Once I got past Kansas City the scenery got a bit more interesting. It was a little bit hilly and there were tall trees that were showing the blush of autumn which was very scenic and a welcome change. The trees and also provided some wind block which was nice too. I got settled in and the miles melted ...
Hi everyone. Well, we are on our way west. We left Michigan yesterday and made it to Effingham, Illinois before we stopped for the night. Across from the hotel was a local steakhouse that came highly recommended by the hotel clerk. The prices were very reasonable and the food - well, let's just say we got what we paid for. Jeff has me spoiled with his cooking. Today, we stopped in Highland, Illinois to try the foot high pie at Blue Springs Cafe. ...
... is a derelict industrial zone we finally found the Arch parking deck. The Arch is very impressive. The National Park Service runs a museum below the Arch Plaza. The museum traces the settlement of the West Starting with the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The museum's gallery is circular. There are date timelines across the ceiling. On the walls they have key facts concerning the evolution of western expansion and US history, including but not limited ...