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... tours of the Mark Twain cave (but I'm caved out, man) and many other historic sites in town. Probably interesting, but we didn't go, content to chill. I walked over to a winery they had there; very upscale with a lot of hand made crafts. Bought six bottles of their wine, some exquisite, some so-so. Anyway, not much in Missouri, I'll tell you, so we blew through that
In Kansas now, and as I write this ...
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Ex boyfriend stayed in Neil armstrongs house
With a 4th of July Goofy beanie on the dash and "God Bless the USA" playing on the iPod, we were ready to begin our Old Fashioned 4th of July long weekend.
It's been awhile since we headed east and so we were excited for something different. As we headed out of town we saw all the usual Fireworks advertisements that we usually ignore. This time they caught our eye just because we were looking for signs of the holiday and ...
Gray skies, lightening, rain, and wind...welcome to the east/midwest Kristine! It was a pretty unevenful day at the RV park. We did manage to get some pool time in, and Kristine got some sun in as well. The rest of the day was spent watching movies.
I spent most of the day - I mean ALL of the day on the phone and laptop. Someone has got to pay for this trip!
Well, tomorrow we head off to St. Louis.
... allied army barracks that was then converted into a restaurant. But only the second floor was used, apparently our waiter and owner Antonie is planning to use the rest of the space and make it a hotel.
We all agreed that the food we ate tonight was the best we've had all trip, I had Hunter's Schnitzel, which is like a pork tender smothered in mushroom sauce back home, but soooo much better, with two glasses of the darkest beer I have ever seen. It was ...