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... Missouri River" while I'm away. ...rivers can't sense sarcasm, right? Just last year the river rose over 30 feet, filling Cooper's store with over 18 inches of muddy water.
Anyways, really hope that doesn't end up being foreshadowing. Our plane leaves on August 4. Starting to really feel the prelude to adventure!
Just as the song says -- What a difference a day makes, 24 little hours...!
My sister-in-law had signed us up for a bus trip sponsored by a local bank. It was billed as a "mystery trip". We did not know where we were going but it didn't matter. We were definitely going to have fun!
Our concern was what to do with Bruiser but Judy had that already planned. A dog-sitter was scheduled to pick up her dog, so Bruiser was a just an ...
... of Bruiser and they have been running around the house like crazy folks!
Hopefully the pictures can be downloaded successfully from my phone, especially the ones showing the damage. I learned last night that when TravelPod tells me to title a picture, it really means to write a caption before putting on the blog because the actual captions I wrote never showed up in the finished product.
Enjoy reading and please continue to wish us safe travels.
... It just looked like it has been there forever...so, I stopped and asked that guy where to eat. He suggested a Greek Restaurant down the road and said to park in front of his shop (I had driven past it)...he ran down the sidewalk after me and remembered that the Italian place across the street serves the best homemade roast beef and vegetables on Mondays only and it is the best in St. Loius. an Italian family runs it. ...
On the agenda for Sunday, June 22 was an exploration of Jefferson City. The capitol building was an obvious choice, after spending the prior evening photographing the exterior. I had also found a brochure on Missouri Wines - apparently the state is full of vineyards and wineries. Rumor has it that during Prohibition, Missouri was one of the few places where the grapes grown for ...