Red Roof Inn Columbia
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... t escape the art of Missouri, not quite yet. There was a landscape artist in the greatest hat ever painting the countryside. Walking past, it was clear that his work was not showing up in the Capitol any time soon. Wines were crazy sweet; we did the tasting and enjoyed a glass on the grounds.
Good day in Jefferson City, closed out with a nap and dinner at a BBQ joint.
... settings and trying to capture the lightning in a photo. I came to believe I was actually controlling the storm - the lightning flashed immediately after I would take a photo. It was a lovely rhythm: shutter close, lightning strike. If only I could harness this superpower. All in all, very fun to shoot. 75 minutes in, I get a phone call from my mother: "are you ok?" *sigh*
... of the garage as we waxed and polished my van together. We plugged in the electric cord to check the refrigerator function. I had already checked it's cooling ability on propane, but I had not checked it on electric. John also schooled me on propane safety: the van is self-contained with a permanent tank that is filled at a station. Having never maintained any kind of RV, I had several questions. It is nice to have ...
... train towards Lambert Airport. Then it's St. Louis to Dallas, Dallas to Brisbane (16 hours). We have to stop in Brisbane for 1.5 hours because the plane doesn't have enough fuel capacity to make it to Sydney direct from Dallas. Sydney is only 1.5 hours away by plane from Brisbane. I'd say they cut that one pretty close. Supposedly this Qantas flight from Dallas to Sydney is the 5th longest flight ...
... and having quality time with Gracie (13 years old) was special. The baby boys are so adorable and are full of smiles. Owen, Hayley and Jordan had lunch with Gracie at her school, and she was so proud to show all of us off to her classmates. She even gave us a tour of her school. Owen was able to spend significant time with his father, which was nice, especially considering the circumstances, and Hayley had plenty of time ...
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