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and so it was I wound up down at Hoppy's again.. for a bit more advice and to ask Hoppy to sign my guide book to which he happily Hoppily did... He purchased his Marina in 1973.. I needed to mail an important to me letter... and it was sunday... however Hoppy was Kind enough to find me an envelope and a stamp.. and I hoofed it into town to find the post office... Paul and Jane came by and we had a sandwich on a picnic table in the ...
... He wants to come to the states some time. I told him to go to DC. But also I mentioned how the Arch is a trip kinda like the harbor bridge. Anyone who has ridden in those pods to the top of the arch knows what I'm talking about. There was another guy from Oregon, a family from Perth, a guy from Sydney whose neighborhood is in the shadow of the very bridge, and a couple from Japan. Larry and I met up with Rotarian Debbie from San Francisco CA and Rotarian ...
... were the burglars that we had to go check out what this fire was. My eyes nearly popped out of my head when they said that we had to go check it out. I was so nervous and terrified of what I would find. Me and Bilbo had finally reached the light. We saw three giant trolls sitting by a fire. They were talking about how hungry they were. Bilbo insisted that he get closer and steal something from them. I thought that was an absurd idea. I watched from behind a tree as Bilbo tried ...
DIVE BAR BIKE RIDE – STL 2013
life-long friend Mike and I decided that we needed to do a full immersion bike
ride to discover, up close, some famous and infamous dive bars in the St. Louis
area. Mike did the research and planned
the routing. I went merely as the
observer, and the designated drinker.
may be necessary to define what a dive bar actually is. While the term ...
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Our first planned stop was to see the Giant Farmer and Son at the Sappington Farmers Market in General Grant Center. And our first disappointment was not to find it. Turns out it is in storage, but you can see it here.