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All about chasing them Arches! Also saw my first white castle building... all those Harold and Kumar movies have not gone to waste.. yet. We went down to the Mississippi River but it was so dang windy people's clothes were flying off of them! So we went right over the arch, got into a rounded space ship which shot us over 630 feet in the air, to a small passage way at the very top. Here we leaned with the wind overlooking all of ...
... 7 minutes before the next tram ride so no waiting around. View was wonderful and the windows were positioned so you could see right down to the ground just in front of the arch.
The area near the river where we parked still had old cobblestone roads which were rutted and lumpy to drive on.
Leaving St Louis we continued north on route 3. At Hartford we went up the Lewis and Clark confluence tower. ...
... a great dinner at the River House Restaurant while we became better acquainted. Seanna, a beautiful new 56' Selene trawler gave John a serious case of "pilothouse envy". A weather delay caused us to stay an extra day in Leland and we were glad to see still more Loopers before departing. Another rough ride ensued before our arrival in Frankfort, but cruising improved as we worked our way down the coast to Ludington. We began buddy boating with Rik ...
... USA, so no wonder the rooms where cheap!
Steering clear of the east, we end up in the west. Off to bed!
Just before breakfast Lisa and I set out for a run. Not too far, just far enough for some exercise. As is typical, when we are at our furthest away from the hotel, my dodgy leg gives up the ghost again – and this time it really hurts a lot. Lisa runs back to the hotel, and I limp back. For the next few days this was going to ...
... was very sweet about playing dolls with Bryn.
After a leisurely breakfast and van load, we headed out to St. Louis. It's a lovely, relatively short, drive from Lexington, and we arrived in the afternoon with plenty of time for visiting. We have two sets of friends here: the Otts whom we know from our days in Fayetteville and the Barneys an extension of the Farmer clan dear to my heart. We decided to divide and conquer.
Joe and Sage went ...