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... to any lingering effects. Each leg of the arch can push positive and negative ions into the air so as to create a positive or negatively charged field that can ‘push’ storms out of the way. During the day, this amazing monument stands as the gateway to the west, but after hours this man-made marvel turns into one of the most powerful weather controlling devices ...
... as DG during 2015-16. There are DGNs from all over the region that make up Anne's class and I certainly met many of them. I also ran in to so many folks who I met in 2011. I have had my name badge ever since I arrived. Today I added some flair to it. I got a ribbon for being Secretary of my club and for being a Paul Harris Fellow. I also added stickers to my badge that state "I speak English" and " I speak Spanish". We shall see if I find a Spanish speaker ...
... this experience unusually cool. We headed underground to it's museum, mmmeeh, it explained a bit of the history behind the arch, was full of stuffed things, and the layout was kind of unique, and the timeline worked in a spiral as you walked round the exhibit. Quickly moved along we caught a glimpse of the Ball Park village that had literally just opened. Home of Baseballs Cardinals, it was quite ...
... holds that much since our tour guide said the mid-west will drink that much beer in 18 hours!
We got back to our camp in time for Omar to make a nice barbeque chicken dinner on our grill and Suzanne cooked up her fantastic corn bread.
Tomorrow we head to Pittsburgh. It's a long drive from St. Louis (almost 600 miles) but we think we're up for it. Looking forward to seeing our friends Eric and Kathleen on ...
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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.