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... road to our campground it seemed like we were in a corn maze -- tall corn on both sides and ahead of us. We drove through downtown St. Louis and got a good view of the 630-foot Gateway Arch, a monument to the westward expansion of the U.S. And then we crossed the Mighty Mississippi -- a totally awesome river! I managed to get a picture of it as we were driving across the bridge, and ...
... the day: to be advised
Dawn’s quote of the day: I had a gay time in Oxford Street (Neil)
Brown Labrador (painted the back of the track)
Best sign of the day:
Official timekeepers of impatient girlfriends – an advertising billboard for a jeweller engagement rings.
Report Impaired Drivers
Prison area – do not pick up hitch ...
... the back roads, the dirt roads in search of all 31 bridges, we called it a day after Bridge Number 4. Heck, they are all the same! I looked on the web later and, sure enough, they are all red, same arc construction on the inside. We should've done our research.
Took off from Sycamore Lodge at 7:00AM with a destination of Iowa City, Iowa to see Lisa, Dave, and granddaughter Izzie. The drive was uneventful with the exception of I-275 near Cincinnati, OH. There we experienced a 7 mile backup due to bridge work. I had a chance to catch up on my email.
Our plan was to "Boondoggle" on the way to our destination. Boondoggling is where we pull off the road and operate the RV in dry camping ...
... evening. We have our dinner and have plenty of time to take a walk and relax. This is a nice KOA again. Each park has their own unique atmosphere. This one is done up in the 'Wild West' theme. Check out the pictures for some nice fence decorations. They also have two miniature ponies! Out comes the camera (you lucky readers!) and snap goes the pictures. The trees now have their leaves and it is much warmer here. The boys have settled down and we have a relaxing ...