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We had enough time to relax before our wine paring dinner.
There were 13 of us for this dinner . 4 courses and 3 wines....
First and second course: lobster and shrimp ravioli and tabouli salad. Wine: Primal Roots white blender
Third course: sea bass, roasted asparagus, red beans and rice, wine 14 hands C******nay
Fourth course: fried cheese cake , Jacobs creek Moscato.
We enjoyed the food and company. A ...
... 7 minutes before the next tram ride so no waiting around. View was wonderful and the windows were positioned so you could see right down to the ground just in front of the arch.
The area near the river where we parked still had old cobblestone roads which were rutted and lumpy to drive on.
Leaving St Louis we continued north on route 3. At Hartford we went up the Lewis and Clark confluence tower. ...
... a great dinner at the River House Restaurant while we became better acquainted. Seanna, a beautiful new 56' Selene trawler gave John a serious case of "pilothouse envy". A weather delay caused us to stay an extra day in Leland and we were glad to see still more Loopers before departing. Another rough ride ensued before our arrival in Frankfort, but cruising improved as we worked our way down the coast to Ludington. We began buddy boating with Rik ...
... there was crazy hot! Then we went by the brewery and saw the Clydesdale shire horses and had free beer and pretzels! I tried raspberry and it was good ;-) Finally we stopped at Union station for lunch. Had a good old USA burger, fries n coke. Tasty! The station is no longer open to trains but during ww2 over a million soldiers passed through it! Next we travelled to St ...
... you can feel your ears popping because of the change in air pressure in the elevator. The elevators are not like traditional elevators that run up a cable in a shaft in which it is contained. These elevators are pulled along by strings like a kind of ski lift that can go vertical as well as diagonal.
I personally am a collector of keychains and in the Memorial's gift shop I found a great collection of them. There were more ...