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... through. I have found that on this trip there are very frequent times that I don't know what state I am in. Like today I drove into Indiana but for about an hour I thought I was still in Ohio. A lot of the times I think this happens because many state lines are on rivers so the "Wecome to ___!" signs aren't as easy to spot. I think it's fun to not have any idea what state I'm in.
I was driving through St. Louis, Missouri and saw one of ...
... this? A long, rambling argument about how a dog once attacked her, which means she now hates all animals. A curvy blonde woman once attacked my brain cells with her videos on YouTube, doesn’t mean I now hate all curvy blonde women.
Trisha demonstrates some more of her flawless intelligence in her video with Flula entitled “How To Be German”. Besides mentioning Hitler, manipulating Flula’s answers ...
Coopers Landing was the location I first had a hungering for a 2 - 3,000 mile, self supported bicycle tour where I could explore the beauty of the West coast.
I am currently packaging my 1983 Specialized Expedition touring bicycle while listening to live Blue-Grass music on the Missouri River at Coopers Landing Marina. ...
... as the comeback for Roger Miller "back in the day" that salvaged his career. It was very well done and thoroughly enjoyed by all.
After the show, we got ice cream (part of the tour package) at the Rexall Drug store still in operation. Some folks walked down the street to browse in the Ben Franklin store. (Hope many of you are now taking a trip down memory lane hearing about these two stores.) For those of you too young to have ...
... while on the road and pray for special intentions on each of the Hail Mary's.
We had just finished for about ten minutes when we heard a very loud "bang"! Since Pat did not lose control of the RV, we knew it had to be a back tire which had blown. We drove slower and exited at the very next off-ramp. A couple of truckers helped Pat change the left outside (there are two on the back on each side) back tire.
However, when we had really looked ...