Sleep Inn & Suites Pontoon Beach
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... take a 1,000 generations to populate the Western frontier when in reality it took fewer than 90 years. The Arch is celebrating it's 50th anniversary this year so Victor was able to ink a commemorative stamp into his NP passport book. We risked claustrophobia by entering the ultra futuristic pod which took us to the observation deck. Victor and I were OK in the small, enclosed space but the two teenage boys in the cart with ...
... that we would tell Zoey we found the park, but would leave the treasure bit out so she could come find it with us later on (knowing she would feel left out and had wanted to find it too). They were back when we returned at 5pm, so we said we'd been to check out where the park was, Aiden done well to keep quiet... But not for long saying "we found it oops." Zoey was less impressed with this revelation, but we assured her we'd take her & let her find it. So back out again we ...
... high school in three different states (I got her whole life story). She was thrilled that I stopped in. Back on I-70 I went to finish my long day of driving to St. Louis. I hit some traffic on my way into the city, granted it was 5:30 during rush hour. I arrived at the Vierod's house around 6:00 where I would stay for the night. The Vierods are family friends from when I lived in Connecticut and I am so thankful I was able to stay with them! Great to ...
... park off Washington (next to the famous St Louis Gateway Arch) and then walked into the old part of town. This was mainly cobbled roads, and the state of them made our roads back home in Tameside look smooth!!
We were booked to go on the Tram up to the top of the arch at 11:30am and then a boat trip up the Mississippi river on a paddle steamer at 1:30pm. The views from the top of the Arch were stunning. It was a clear day, so ...
... It won’t stay tied back, so I decided to braid it. It’s been so long since I braided my hair, I had to practice. Dave says he likes it that way, but I feel like one of those women who still dresses like a hippie fifty years after the hippie subculture faded. All I need is a long skirt, a gauze peasant blouse (no, I didn’t save them) and for my hair to magically turn grey (ha).At the zoo, ...