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... McLean where the Dixie Trucker's home is still operational. This is a pretty famous Route 66 icon which is almost as old as Route 66 itself. In 1928 J.P. Walters and John Geske rented a quarter of a mechanic's garage on Route 66 to sell sandwiches to truckers and passing motorists. The fledgling restaurant had a counter and 6 stools when it began. By the 1930s the Dixie Truckers Home was a full-fledged restaurant. It also ...
Driving east along the Upper Peninsula, we drifted away from the very rural areas for a bit more civilization. There are stores and services geared to fishermen and hunters, as well as boaters. In the winter, this will be a hot spot for ice fishing and snowmobiling.
Before long the road delivered us into Wisconsin, which is green and lovely, and where there are not miles and miles of soybeans and ...
... Lincoln. We didn't see much of interest there so headed south to Rend Lake and a state park for the night.
With only an overnight stop we didn't get to experience the hiking, fishing or hunting the park offers, but did see a few Bambis.
... Reel Big Fish, Less Than Jake and Millencolin i couldnt of picked a better selection myself! In exchange for our help The General (the guy whos house it was and bowl it was to be) fired up the bbq and we got some gigantic pork steaks. All this good food and music is making me start thinking about going out, apart from the karaoke night in Miami iv not really had a proper night out. Mikels keen and Kaleb is cool to go with the flow. Angie who is the mother of ...
... Spread out below us was the St. Louis skyline including the Mississippi River, Busch Stadium and the Old Courthouse. Given the next day's weather conditions, we were really glad we made it to the top.
We headed off to explore The Hill (trendy area in St. Louis) for dinner at Zia's on the Hill, a restaurant recommended by the docent at the Basilica. Entrees of Pesce Asparagi and Veal Gamberetti was a ...