Travel Blogs from Granite City
... an excellent tour of the
dam, the locks, and how they function to allow towboats with up to 15 barges to pass through. The Mississippi was at
flood stage and will be for the next week or so especially if more rain falls
as is expected. Following this I went
to the Lewis and Clark Historic Site and Interpretive Center in Hartford IL and caught a guided tour of a replica Camp Dubois which was constructed on the site. Camp Dubois ...
... them while listening to the Gospel on Saturday night regarding the man who found a treasure in a field as well as the "pearl of great price". The reason I thought of them in the middle of Mass was because I see them as two people who really are treasures and valuable pearls not only to one another but also to us in the Del Webb community
I will now try to save the draft, check it for errors, add pictures and then send it along its merry way.
With the help of the St. Louis City Engineer, a street grid was laid out with streets listed in alphabetic order plus numbered streets, and the only exception being Niedringhaus Avenue.
The Niedringhaus family required that its employees live in the town. Houses were purchased with Niedinghaus mortgages. Unlike Pullman, however, they did not exert major control over the day-to-day lives of their employees and left the government of the city up to ...
... I really want to go again because it was so much fun because the view from up there gave me a big memory.
I learned about Lewis and Clark. They traveled all the way across the continent. They are very, very famous because they did that. They were sent by Thomas Jefferson. I had an awesome time and I'm never going to forget the fun that I had.
Gone for the day,
... with a variety of sauces, but the traditional is a sweet thick sauce made with molasses Savory beans on the side. In one word, incredible! Worth the drive from the East Coast! Check out their website where you can order online: http://www.jackstackbbq.com/
Leaving Kansas City and heading east to get away from “Tornado Alley”, we were sure not to miss Hermann, MO, a little town founded by German immigrants, and the ...
Other places to stay in Granite City
709 East Chain Of Rocks Road, Granite City | Motelfrom $29