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... hour about St Louis.
Afterwards we had lunch then visited the old courthouse. We didn't realise the significance of the old courthouse but it was instrumental in the civil rights movement. Dredd Scott and his wife were both slaves and they contested their freedom in the courthouse as they were freed slaves enslaved. This was nothing new and there had been hundreds of other slaves contesting their freedom in the old courthouse. What was different about the ...
... Hampton Inn chain in Collinsville, which is about 20 miles I think from St. Louis.
So the tradeoff for Paul, was for me to pack ...
... s people with their personal stories. The room was full of uniforms with pictures of who had worn them. Pontiac town was full of small cars positioned on the corner of each street which was quite a novelty. I enjoyed the museum with the Pontiac cars, I have never seen vehicles in such pristine condition. A town that was a must see. Another place we stopped at was Atlanta where we found ourselves in a Memorabilia shop chatting with the owner called Ruth, who made us ...
"The lasting pleasures of contact with the natural world are not reserved for scientists but are available to anyone who will place him under the influence of the earth, sea and sky and their amazing life." - Rachel Carson
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than
by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe ...
... us south and headed towards St Louis on I-55. We went thru Lincoln, IL by Lincoln's presidential library. Once we turned south from Chicago, the land was very much like Kansas but with trees. I forgot to mention yesterday, we saw three of the five great lakes. Also yesterday, I managed to find the only nickel sized piece of chewed gum, in the whole hotel parking lot, to put my kick-stand down on. Of course I didn't know this until I went to move ...