Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
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It's sad to leave our buds in Indianapolis, but we had to start making our way West. We left Noblesville around 9am after making a quick trip to the grocery store [side note, I have started a great collection of grocery discount cards, today I got one at Kroegers :-) ]. The weather was calling for some strong storms just north of our route so we were fortunate they weren't going to get in our way. We headed west out Route 70 through St. Louis so we could see the St. ...
... wasn't that helpful. We crossed the Mississippi on a old, narrow, 2-lane bridge that had concrete barriers on each side with trucks in front, behind, and beside. Victor was Steady Eddie while I was the one rattled. Later in the drive we had to maneuver through some narrow country roads with no shoulders. We even came upon a one-lane river crossing with no edges that appeared to be washed out due to some recent heavy rains. The tires of the trailer just ...
Leaving St. Louis and embarking on my epic 5 day road-trip to Portland, Oregon! I will be stopping at Lawrence and Hays, Kansas, Colorado Springs and Elizabeth and Denver, Colorado, Moab and Salt Lake City, Utah, Boise, Idaho, and Colombia River Gorge, Oregon ...
... a bit more attentive of what we were around and seeing. We then walked to the "Old Courthouse" which is to the west of the Arch. The building was completed in 1928. It is a neat domed building that reminds us of the domes of the capitol building in Austin, TX and the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC. The major significance was that this was the building in which the Dred Scott Case (a slave family who sued for their freedom in 1846) ...
... from it, nothing can destroy the certainty of this simple and clearly defined truth. No external conditions can guarantee our life, which is attended with inevitable sufferings and infallibly terminated by death, and which consequently can have no significance except in the constant accomplishment of what is demanded by the Power which has placed us in life with a sole certain guide--the rational conscience.
That is why that ...