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Another nice and sunny day in St. Louis. Breakfast at Denny's. We got to the Arch at round 9:00. There were ************e there. We walked right in. Dave P. had so much stuff in his pockets he filled up one of the bin when we went through security. He made it. It was nip and tuck. Jim and Dave P went right to the top of the Arch no waiting. Dave B and I waited for them. When they got off the Tram the movie on how they built the Arch just started. Good timing. From there we went ...
... gone and Michael and Christine are picking up our mail. JP's Lawn Care, has our yard under control.
Staying at Finger Lakes State Park in Columbia, MO tomorrow. I'm looking forward to visiting with my new friend, Pearlie. She and her husband are campground hosts. She is a quilter, need I say more?
Jeffrey has doctor appointments at Truman VA on Wednesday. If he gets the green light, it's Westward Ho on Thursday!
... out in the heat. To try slow down the drying process we made tarpolen tents out of old mcdonalds advertisement posters and wooden posts to keep the concrete in the shade while the others put water on it and shaped it. I was sort of hanging around again trying not to get in peoples way when some guy came with fire wood so i helped him unload that from his truck. The second mixer truck came around 3pm so the tunes got blasted to help everyone work. Pennywise, Bad ...
... 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 ...
... Busch (Budweiser) brewery for a 1.5 hour tour and beer tasting. it is the largest brewery in the US, dating back to the mid 1800's. It was very interesting and we enjoyed sampling various beers. I especially enjoyed the ' shock top ' which was like a shandy.You must wonder about the ethics of plying people with alcohol given that everyone then gets into their cars.