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... set in pleasant green rolling hills on the banks of the wide Missouri River. It was the journey itself which probably gave us most delight. Driving in the car is more like an armchair ride, rolling along the highway in old luxury and style. We refuelled at some point, and the total cost was $27 – it’s only the second fill-up since Tom bought the car.
... of the boats and some original tools and artifacts from the journey.
St. Charles is also on the Katy trail which is a bike/hiking trail that runs across Missouri from near the Mississippi, then along the Missouri river and ends about 200 miles west of St. Charles. I will be traveling close to it for the next couple of days and I was able to ride a few miles of it today.
... significant non-buyer's remorse because I did not buy one of several beautiful handcrafted shawls I saw in store windows and especially at the Los Dominicos Handicraft Village we visited on our own in Santiago. It was at the end of the red subway line near a church.
In Chile, several people brought straw hats to protect their face and hair. I should have.
At the winery, some folks made wine purchases. Not sure any of it made it to ...
What was marvelous (to me) about the one-lane sections was this: the deep reality of difference between Anne's East Coast self and John's Midwestern self was exposed! The road signs would say "Left lane closed in 5 miles." Then "Left lane closed in 4 miles. Merge right." AND CARS AND TRUCKS WOULD DUTIFULLY AND POLITELY MERGE RIGHT. Anne would protest, "But there are still 4 miles with the left lane open. ...
... He wants to come to the states some time. I told him to go to DC. But also I mentioned how the Arch is a trip kinda like the harbor bridge. Anyone who has ridden in those pods to the top of the arch knows what I'm talking about. There was another guy from Oregon, a family from Perth, a guy from Sydney whose neighborhood is in the shadow of the very bridge, and a couple from Japan. Larry and I met up with Rotarian Debbie from San Francisco CA and Rotarian ...