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Travel Blogs from Creve Coeur
First, Fiona, Donkey, I, and Bilbo made their way to Fiona's parents castle to see if they knew where Shrek was hidden. Her parents gave them a map but it was blank. They said that you needed some special moon to be able to read it. Fiona's parents wished us luck and we headed out on our journey again. We didn't know where to go but with some help from Gandalf, he told us to ...
... away. They needed Bilbo because he had a special ring that allowed him to transform into different people and they were hoping to have him transform into Lord Farquaad and find out where Shrek was. Bilbo declined because he was scared that he might get hurt but also thought of his smelly, mean neighbor that always yelled at him. So ...
The next day St. Louis was Mardi Gras central. On a scale that is what I would imagine 1/10th the debauchery of NOLA, St. Louis did it's best. The police even stopped me because they wanted to know why I was carrying around a box of Cheerios. They clearly aren't used to responsible adults you like to alternate their alcoholic drinks with something other than more alcohol.
Next stop Chi-town.
Spent in St. Louis: $75
Total Spent On Trip: $1150
... the atomic bombing of Japan that ended WWII. There was an interesting documentary on his life and great displays. Was well worth a visit.
Headed East then along I70, stopping at a little old American town much like Arrowtown in New Zealand before arriving in St Louis early afternoon. We drove downtown to ...
... in scripture. Some looked to the book of Job. Other answers ranged
from relying on God for provision in difficult times and showing God’s
strength. Without the bad we would not be able to see the good. We encourage other
to also look into this question and let God lead them to answers.
We thank you for your prayers and support, as they are being
answered. We are blessed to be a blessing here and now at the Rock.
The St. Louis Crew