Settle Inn Linn
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... towns that maybe in its day was bustling, but now it’s just one antique store after another. We walked up one side of the street and down the other, which was the town.
Today we drove back south again to Fulton, MO to visit the National Churchill Museum. Yes there is a museum to Winston Churchill in MO. In 1946 he gave a speech at Westminster College. Several years later to commemorate the event, they bought an old church from London, England ...
... only a couple of days ago. I continued to follow the north side of the river and could see the Katy trail numerous times along the way. I wanted to stop at Jefferson City because there is another statue of Seaman on the State Capitol campus and it is a trip mission to find as many Seaman statues as we can. I was aware of 7 locations before the trip started and I've found one additional statue so ...
... the small French village of La Charette (7 homes), the last white mans settlement they would see in over 2 years. Clark does not mention meeting Boone, now 70 years old who lived nearby.
From Clark's journal May 29th - "Rained .... the Mosquitoes are very bad."
Rain started today for me also and is expected to last several days.
... known as "Yardbird" and "Bird", was an American jazzsaxophonist and composer. Parker was a highly influential jazz soloist and a leading figure in the development of bebop, a form of jazz characterized by fast tempos, virtuosic technique and improvisation. Parker introduced revolutionary harmonic ideas including rapid passing chords, new variants of altered chords, and chord substitutions. His ...
... from Saint Louis and Kansas City for its
pleasant bed and breakfasts, quaint small town atmosphere, and German
festivals. I thought I’d make a detour and check it out. Hermann is a very
small town along the Missouri River. Although it may get busy on weekends or
during Oktoberfest, it was a sleepy little place on my Monday visit in May.
Hermann was the center of Missouri’s ...