Wine Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The wide and brown Mississippi River was the big event today ... though crossing it on the Beltway around St. Louis in 5 lanes of heavy traffic = a brief glimpse. Still it impressed me. Otherwise, even more impressive by virtue of their vastness, were the cornfields and, alternately, soybean fields that stretched on through southern Indiana and all across Illinois. A nice workman at one of the (sparkling clean) ...
... good enough." Switch the subject matter and the perfectionist becomes content with "good enough" and the other insists on perfection. Go figure!
Micromanaging was an ongoing problem, the main problem being that we both like to micromanage! We're still working on that........
We know that bad moods and grumpy dispositions can quickly ruin a vacation, so we both learned early on to swallow our pride, say I'm sorry and let it ...
This resort is another one with a beautiful pool (and another one available to us through Resort Parks International).
We went into Hermann, toured the Stone Hill Winery, the Hermann Wurst Shoppe, stopped in a Brewery (for Greg, of course), and then had a bite of BBQ. A good day, despite the oppressive heat (which seems to be the theme of this summer's travels!)
... after tomorrow there is only 21 days left. Talked about role models we have in the fraternity and I gotta give a shout out to Nick Lee and Brandon Barber. Those two guys have helped me a lot at WSU and I really look up to them both and I have to thank them for letting me run with ...
Made it as far as Warrenton, Missouri on day 2. As you can see by the picture, Braddock has become a lapdog. Nice weather and mostly decent roads so far. Tried a short cut in Western Kentucky, though, where the two-lane highway had bumps and dips and a very narrow bridge over the Mississippi River. Probably won't do that one again. Nebraska ...