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Happy 15th Birthday Will!! Where did the time go? Our destination today has us exploring St. Louis. The Gateway Arch was a thrill. We rode up 630 feet in a pod to the top. We could see 30 miles around. A terrific way to spend the afternoon. For many years Will loved the Cardinal's catcher Yadier Melina. As a birthday treat we're headed to the Cardinals vs the Pirates ...
Four Midwestern states today (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri), endless fields of corn, car games, and we finally crossed the mighty Mississippi and arrived at the St. Louis Cardinals stadium. It was a sea of red and lots of fun, but the Cards lost to the Pirates. The arch ...
... because he knew Thorin would take it back. But right after that, a war broke out. The goblins and wargs had found us. But we won! Thorin died un, but we buried him with his Arkenstone. Afterwards we found that Bilbo had been unconscious but he woke up and got his share. Bilbo Baggins got his share of gold and left with Gandalf, to go back to his shire. He ...
... but all I wanted to do was drive THROUGH these road works as our mission was to drive on the original course of Route 66 as much as possible. He wanted me to go back to the 1930's by-pass and I wanted to drive around the roadworks on the grass. I won because we were Brits and such.
In most places along Route 66 the original course is right through the middle of town - this is around 1926 to 1930. In the 1930's by-passes were built around the towns as traffic got heavier ...
... details of some of the stories from the books.
Another good exhibit was a detective "who done it" exhibit where Jadin and Aria (with Laneshia's help) went through a process of exploring clues to find out who committed a crime. In the end, they figured it out successfully.
After the Magic House, we traveled to downtown St. Louis to go to a place called City Museum. This was a nifty place with some funky and unusual things for the kids (and ...
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