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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 ...
... system which covers over 3 million acres. No sign of irrigation as there is probably enough ground water for the crops which were still mostly
corn and soy beans. We did see a few fields of sunflowers and sorghum around Waterloo.
Finding a place for lunch proved to be more difficult than I had anticipated. The River Road trail is not designed for travellers like us who enjoy a picnic. Even going off on the ...
... 8211; John and Daniela. They own a boat just like Satisfaction, so we had a lot in common to talk about and they wanted to see us again in Petoskey, our next stop. John and Daniela keep their boat at Bay Harbor Marina near Petoskey and they invited us to dinner when we arrived. What a beautiful marina/condo/house development on the shores of Lake Michigan!
From Petoskey we had a lumpy ride to Charlevoix, but arrived in time for a ...
... River, the park is hilly and densely forested. It was also teeming with wildlife. We disturbed a raccoon straight away when we were taking our bags into our cabin, then the family of squirrels that were living in the roof decided to head out for the night. I then followed up the Corn Dog that I had for lunch with deep-fried catfish for dinner so am becoming concerned about my cholesterol levels. Afterwards, we went for a walk around the grounds while spotting fireflies for the first ...
... of Springfield at all even though the damn I-55 goes right along side it.
I did make the side trip to the original route 66 from 1926-1930 to see the old cobbled road, which was worth it, but eventually made it to St Louis before dark. The gateway arch can be seen from miles away in is absolutely enormous, its a gorgeous monument to say the least. Again, America takes a lot of effort to make its downtown areas ...