Super 8 Eureka
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- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... at times, but we must of had one, Nista Men sometimes forget….( But not the women thank
Newt was driving and a Dodge Charger (I scoff twice at the Charger... scoff, scoff) tried to make a move. (At least in our minds he tried) Newt quickly gave him a lesson in the concept of speed, velocity, and Step Back Jack ! We are in a Vette. Newt is the Middle Aged man from Big Rapids. Although he drives real fast, he won't ...
The Bus Ride
Today we began our journey west to the Teton Science School!
Chaperones and teachers loaded their belongings and boarded a 57 passenger bus this morning.
We all got settled in for the long ride ahead. Students chatted, listened to music, played games, and discussed their predictions for the week.
We stopped in Columbia for a quick ...
... which was only about a 10 minute drive. We crossed the Eads bridge from Illinois to Missouri. This was the very first bridge built across the Mississippi. As it turns out the tickets we got at such a bargain price, not only got us good seats, but got us access to the Redbird Club. This is an upscale club within the park that is fully air conditioned, with lots of tables and chairs with a pretty good view of the filed ...
... played various slots, but did not win big so we cashed in and went back to the room.
Had coffee and a gooey butter cake for breakfast; evidently St. Louis is known for its gooey butter cakes, and it was quite yummy (and you have to say "gooey butter cake" not just "butter cake"). The first part of the drive through Missouri was rather unattractive....then it got better...through Springfield, etc. I thought maybe we would go to Branson...not ...
... same jobs as yesterday—the painters got to use the color Pepper Red!—except for my group, we were sent to degrease the stove: a very nasty, dirty, grimy, old, salvaged stove. However in the process we met an amazing man named Mr Phil who helped us get the job done, and those of us working on it got to know each other better.
We were then blessed ...