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... It seems this is something exciting when folk hear we are Australians riding Route 66. Crazy thing, we have had several occasions where folk have wanted to take our photographs, in most instances, with either themselves or a member of their family standing with us. We are starting to feel like we are an endangered species! After travelling through a number of small towns and down old alignments as bumpy as all get out, we ...
... of him at various ages, and on the exterior is another set of beautiful brass pieces. Check out the photos. The City of Springfield has certainly done its best to honor this man.
We also toured a really interesting home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, built in 1910. Despite its age, it has a very modern feel with large, open spaces, rich woods, and of course the art deco windows that grace much of his ...
Leaving Oshkosh we had to make an unplanned detour back to Chicago to pick up a camera we had left in a rental car, so didn't go through the towns we had planned. We passed through Springfield, Illinois which is the state capital and the birthplace ...
... out in the heat. To try slow down the drying process we made tarpolen tents out of old mcdonalds advertisement posters and wooden posts to keep the concrete in the shade while the others put water on it and shaped it. I was sort of hanging around again trying not to get in peoples way when some guy came with fire wood so i helped him unload that from his truck. The second mixer truck came around 3pm so the tunes got blasted to help everyone work. Pennywise, Bad ...
... 83,000 sf of mosaic art - 41.5 million pieces - installed over a period of 75 years. It was stunning and we could only imagine how beautiful it would be once the Christmas decorations were installed.
Since we still had sunlight, we went to The Gateway Arch. Constructed between 1963 and 1965, this "Gateway to the West" stands 630 feet tall. 630 feet wide. We took the tiny tram (crammed quarters for 5) to ...