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... and that a game can involve hundreds of runs and take many hours. Surprising to see that a small town in Missouri has taken up cricket but it is doing quite well.
The old part of St. Charles is a beautiful historic district and the town was the first State Capital of MO. The old brick buildings now house restaurants, galleries, and fine shops. It was a very hot day and even a mile ...
We traveled back to our RV Park in Cahokia and attended a dinner on Friday night celebrating David completing his 6 year surgical residency in ENT. It was a beautiful ceremony with a magnificent dinner, held at the History Museum in downtown St. Louis. David was chief resident and also received the award of " Resident Teacher of the Year and Administrative Resident " it was a very special evening not only for David but also Donna, a very proud mother. We had a ...
... sons died young, he was only 56 when he was assassinated and he was 6'4" tall. And he was probably the greatest American President of all time. Then off on the road again winding our way through southern Illinois to cross the mighty Mississippi River and into the next state, Missouri. But don't forget the ...
... to the St. Louis Zoo and the surrounding Forest Park, the location of the 1904 World's Fair. Granted, not all the animals were available for viewing but we did not care one bit. Come on, the temps were near 70!!!
Dishcrawl in Maplewood
Dinner was DishCrawl, pre-booked by Dave before we left Livonia. The venues were in the Maplewood neighborhood - 4 ...
... to the bridge that was built on a 'dog leg' over the narrowest part of the river. The bridge was built on a 'dog leg' as the contractor who built the bridge could not buy land on immediate opposite sides of the river.
So on our first full day of driving Route 66, we were losing ourselves in all this lovely Americana culture. We also managed to literally get lost in St. Louis as we had missed a Route 66 direction-indicating shield. We were now in Missouri and trying to pick ...