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... own round 12 Model A's cars and trucks that they use on the property for varies uses. A lot to see the but we had to get on the road and headed to St. Louis, MO. On the way we travel on some of Old Route 66. We got to the Motel 6 at around 5:30 in Fenton MO. Tomorrow we are going the the Gate Way Arch and Dave P. and Jim are taking a ride to the top. I have done 2 time before and Dave B doesn't want too. Are final stop tomorrow should be Springfield IL. Good ...
... I approve!
On the way to St. Louis there was a giant bird/dragon/deer thing painted on the side of the bluff. I had to stop and take a selfie. Again... these are the reasons why my 270 mile drives are taking 12 hours +. It's been fun though!
One more quick stop at the Lewis and Clark State Historic Site ...
... by a SLS member, in came Australia. Advance Australia Fair (their anthem) was played. Then the Star spangled banner played, and then the rotary flag was presented. I can't sing, and our anthem is notoriously hard to sing I think. But my Aussie mates think it was more loudly sung than their anthem was. After the session there was The Great Aussie BBQ in Cathy Freeman Park. We all got a sausage (like a bratwurst, but long and skinny like a hot dog) served on a ...
... lifts pretty much the whole time we werent in Laura and nick's car and introducing us to the lovely neighbourhood. A trip to the local bluescity deli was a real treat ( huge sandwiches eaten in the sun) the reccommendation of Benton Park cafe was spot on (mmm breakfast pizza and worlds best eggs benedict) and going for ourfirst Vietnamese meal with the entire family was a particular treat.
We were particulalrly glad to be staying with ...
Spent the morning following the River Road on my way to what I thought was to be my destination: Hannibal MO to visit the Mark Twain Museum. I came across this really cool Iron drawbridge that spanned the Mississippi and had to go over it. To get to the bridge was a gradual curve and then the bridge itself had a couple of twists in it and then a curve back down. The bridge gave off an impression of being very old and very ...