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... set in pleasant green rolling hills on the banks of the wide Missouri River. It was the journey itself which probably gave us most delight. Driving in the car is more like an armchair ride, rolling along the highway in old luxury and style. We refuelled at some point, and the total cost was $27 – it’s only the second fill-up since Tom bought the car.
... truck doesn't come back. Instead, it drives off the pavement onto the grass. Everything then happens in sequence yet simultaneously. I note he has fallen asleep; the alert ridges has not woken him up; I speak loudly to call him and wake him without spooking him; my hand is hovering over the wheel ready to grab it. Struth. We are doing 78 and the driver has fallen asleep! God had his hand over us for sure. Thank you Father. 10,000 angels steered that truck back onto the road. Had ...
Route 66 in Missouri ran from Saint Louis to Joplin, often near the current I-44. My Route 66 guidebooks say that the Meramec Caverns were the oldest tourist attraction along Route 66. So, of course, I needed to take the tour. Reviewed as being quite kitschy, the tour wasn't all that bad though not really worth $21. The first cavern was opened to the public in 1933 and five more ...
... are warnings to slow down to 20 to 40 mph on the way-too-many curves while climbing or descending steeply.
What I learned today is:
1) do not depend on the mileage given on state maps because a distance of 20 miles can take much, much longer than expected;
2) take U.S. highways when possible, then state highways — my average speed on the county roads in this part of the state was ...
... We were headed toward St. Louis for an outdoor play (of all things) and much to our dismay, those clouds began to rain...hard. Lightning flashed on both sides of us and we drove in and out of showers for a couple of hours. Along the road, we stopped to take pictures of the world's largest catsup bottle (who could pass THAT by?). We felt a few drops there so hurried to make it to the 5:00 pm vigil mass at St. Louis the King Basilica ...
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