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... look around the Museum of Western Expansion, which had lots of information on American history and specifically that of the a Western Frontier. They also had taxidermic animals and life sized animatronic characters that spoke to you. The time came for our tram ride to the sky deck. We lined up in front of door number four and when it opened, inside was a small white oval capsule with 5 seats. You wouldn't want to suffer from claustrophobia!! As the tram started ...
... the wildlife and she said lots of deer, wild turkey and armadillos and was surprised I hadn't seen any this morning. There is a ton of bird life: bluebirds, cardinals, robins, woodpeckers and geese. Nice and quiet here so you can here all the bird call. Would really like to see the park in a couple of weeks; the forest would be ...
... it's flat, windy and no green -- pretty much what you'd expect from a prairie in April. So far Missouri has been warmer, more landscape to enjoy including colours. We pulled into the Onondaga Caves State Park and pretty much had our choice of camp sites; not too many souls out and about right now. Folks so far have been incredibly friendly, although that seems to be a common trait in the States. We did not go to the ...
... 8211; not for – Abraham Lincoln when he was an Illinois State Legislator. Driving there, we are listening to U2:
I want to run
I want to hide
I want to tear down the walls
That hold me inside
I want to reach out
And touch the flame
Where the streets have no name
Abraham Lincoln practised law here. His strength, optimism, ideals are absent in this town on the old highway. Point of ...
... lot of duties- navigating, secretary, food and snack services, and photographer, just to name a few. So it shouldn't come as a surprise if from time to time, my multi-tasking results in a missed cut off, as was the case this morning. Instead of taking the interstate to Joplin, we end up taking a slightly longer route (by 15-20 minutes, no biggie in my books). We end up driving through this small town called Chouteau that had an amazing Amish bakery/store/cafe. It has to be ...