Royal Relax Inn Fairmont City
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It's sad to leave our buds in Indianapolis, but we had to start making our way West. We left Noblesville around 9am after making a quick trip to the grocery store [side note, I have started a great collection of grocery discount cards, today I got one at Kroegers :-) ]. The weather was calling for some strong storms just north of our route so we were fortunate they weren't going to get in our way. We headed west out Route 70 through St. Louis so we could see the St. ...
... power pushing nothing comes hauling balls downstream on my side of things.. a wave comes rolling over the entire boat.. and down the hatch. why thank you!. generated by his boat with pistons in the diesel engine the size of a full grown man with fuel being dumped on them..going up and down like mad.. his hull displacing volumes of water... I popped up like a Jack in the box just in time to see a dim blue light whiz ...
... SIM card and then we get picked up by Barry. I apologize to Barry and to Anne and Jeff right now. In about three hours time, various family, in-laws and friends keep showing up and it's like a big family reunion where you know you know these people but you can't remember names. So I apologize for not remembering names and who belongs to who. Needless to say like every other time I get welcomed into a home in Australia I feel like family too. We poke fun of each ...
... based, but one of the judges came up to us and chatted to us for awhile and then the other one came and gave us some Guinness glasses as a reciprocal present for the vegemite. Another great night... all that's left is to go back to the room and eat our leftover cold pizza from last night (thank goodness we have a fridge in our room, they are very rare in US hotels) and fall into bed. One more full day in St Louis!
... flying downhill at
breakneck speeds. I was saddened to see
that much of this area, while booming when I was a kid, was mostly abandoned
now. Empty warehouses and manufacturing
plants lined this once busy street. Our third
stop was the Time Out on Meramec. We
were one for three as the Time Out was not open until noon, and it was now just
11:30. Back on the road heading toward
downtown St. Louis, with the muddy Mississippi River ...