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... several cattle ranches as well, but only a couple of horse farms. We saw a couple of vultures after some road kill for our critters for the day.
From the Mark Twain Museum while we were on the way to the Churchill Memorial we passed the American Saddlebred Museum. Unfortunately the museum was closed but the buildings were very nicely restored. The Winston Churchill Memorial and Library was erected in Fulton MO ...
... system and thus there is room for significant error. It brings out the worst in society. One thing I have noticed is that people are very blinkered here - they won't open their minds to considering all the issues involved. All they think is - he killed another, thus we must kill him in retaliation. It frightens me that top lawyers (who have insane political power) hold the same views as the ignorant-uneducated-tabloid reading-general public of the UK.
So far, half ...
... House which was the Victorian County Home of the garden's founder Henry Shaw. Walking back to the Visitor Center I explored several other gardens plus the tropical rain forest within the Climatron or domed conservatory. When I got back to the parking lot my van said the outside temperature was 96 degrees… too hot. So I headed to Target for groceries, then back to the RV Park to turn on my ...
... and Pacino was excellent.
We were wined and dined through the whole flight. Of course, none of us slept, which was okay, but it was very enjoyable. Nice way to fly back from Europe or anywhere, really.
After 11 hours, we landed in Chicago. We'd have to say that getting through customs and security in Chicago was one of the worst, most inefficient parts of our journey. If Düsseldorf was a dream, Chicago was a nightmare. But we ...
... than to show-off what we can do. It had many skeptics who said it couldn't be done and of course the more pathetic naysayers who wouldn’t waste the money. The dream of the architect and the engineers who designed the structure and the construction crews who erected it are a testament to the ideals of Jefferson, Lewis and Clark. Not just that we had a manifest destiny to take on the ...