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... by a levee along this stretch of the river.Next I headed for the Cahokia Mounds National Historic Site
which is also a United Nations World Heritage Site. The mounds area was once a large Indian settlement that peaked around 1100 AD with an estimated population of 10,000 to
20,000 inhabitants. They practiced
agriculture and seemed built the mounds as burial places for the ...
... general consensus was that the line ride wasn't too much fun but we finally did make it to the very cramped viewing area at the top of the Gateway Arch. At 630 feet tall the arch is a camper's length higher than the Seattle Space Needle (25ft). The view is pretty good, although you are a bit limited given the very small windows you can look out of. In contrast at the Space Needle and the Empire ...
... blocked me while the light was green and she could have gone. Oh well, I'm sure she is on plenty of medicine that has made her all foggy and she has forgotten all about it by now.
Oh, and my check engine light plus 2 other dashboard lights came on somewhere in Tennessee. The same three lights came on a couple times before and it was nothing. Something about the gas cap being on wrong or a bad ...
... Bitter Root Mountains to the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean, and then back to Saint Louis retracing their route. The impact of their travels essentially established the American foot print on the western half of the US. Through our travels of the western half of the US, we have seen numerous references to the Lewis and Clark Trail and their names, but this movie connected all the dots. Wish we had seen this movie before and we would ...
We finally got back on the road late afternoon and decided we would drive to St. Louis to stay for the evening. As we arrived in St. Louis around 8:00p we knew we wanted some BBQ for dinner. What we found was Smoki O’s BBQ. We pulled off the highway into a less than friendly looking neighborhood, 90% of the buildings were either falling down, boarded up or in need of some serious repair. Smoki’s sat at the corner of a dark industrial ...