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... approached Kansas City and a significant cloud layer at our height: how is it that always happens! Some short while later the layer dissipated giving us clear skies above, but we decided not to climb again as the views were interesting and varied, especially the winding of the Missouri river as it curved this way and that in front of us toward the city of St Louis. The confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers appeared on our left, a mighty meeting of these ...
Thomas Wolfe in the novel, You Can't Go Home Again said,
"This is man, who, if he can remember ten golden moments of joy and happiness out of all his years, ten moments unmarked by care, unseamed by aches or itches, has power to lift himself with his expiring breath and say: "I have lived upon this earth and known glory!"
I am not exactly sure what moments Wolfe ...
Testing 1, 2, 3. Am going to use this app so the "special people" can track us. Not sure how user friendly this will be but am hoping for the best! This is a test run. Please acknowledge. Also if you know of any of my other "special" people that want to be included on this, let me ...
Drove 320 miles from Columbia, MO to Santa Claus, Indiana. As we were driving through St. Louis, we stopped at the Arch, which was right near the St. Louis Cardinals baseball stadium. Briefly visited the museum under the Arch, and then had lunch at Caleco's. Stayed at an adorable campground/RVpark called Lake Rudolph in Santa Claus, Indiana, which as you can guess, is a Christmas-themed ...
... able to check out the place, thanks to a very nice guy and his mowing crew.
We then drove Bristow, IN and the Winzerwald Winery to taste some wine (surprise , surprise!). We selected this winery over several others in the area based on the wines that they offered. Typically, west of the Mississippi, with the exception of Norton wines, wines are fruit-based (not necessarily grape-based), and/or are on the sweet side. We were pleasantly surprised ...