Holiday Inn Express Warrenton
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Very clean, and was comfortable! We slept well. Had a nice visit with old friends.
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After leaving Ohio the weather warmed and the sun shown. Lots of construction on I-70. It was a long day. Tomorrow we cross Oklahoma. We plan on arriving in San Diego on mid-day Saturday.
Beth is backpacking with a friend in Northern California and visiting Big Sur one more time before moving to Colorado. She is a busy girl!
The wide and brown Mississippi River was the big event today ... though crossing it on the Beltway around St. Louis in 5 lanes of heavy traffic = a brief glimpse. Still it impressed me. Otherwise, even more impressive by virtue of their vastness, were the cornfields and, alternately, soybean fields that stretched on through southern Indiana and all across Illinois. A nice workman at one of the (sparkling clean) ...
... And trust us, it wasn't always easy (especially for the one who always thought she was right).
Flexibility was key. We were both open to changing our plans for the day if something better came up or if the day wasn't working out quite the way we had hoped.
Having our own personal space where we could retreat to read, relax or sleep was a lifesaver.
After we get back, Jim has volunteered to be a camp host once ...
... up together at the Walmart parking lot in Warrenton and we were driven around to a few different daycares (the kids were sleepy, but cheerful, which is always fun...especially on a Monday morning) and a senior center. Unfortunately, the senior center was NOT hopping, so we hung out with a nice woman named Becky who was really excited about having a clown there. John made some balloon animals for the folks who were there and then we were on our way.
... the Arch began in the 1930’s but it took until
1942 to acquire all the land and demolition of the buildings surrounding it,
with the exception of a couple of historic structures. The most important one was the Basilica of
St. Louis, King of France, known more commonly as the Old Cathedral. It is the oldest cathedral west of the
Mississippi. The other one was the
courthouse where the Dred Scott lawsuit was heard. After