St. Louis to Tennessee

Left St. Louis during the morning rush hour.
I had some pictures crossing the Mississippi, but have not been able to get them to the correct location to post – so use your imagination.
The first was a picture of a bit of the Arch, with several other buildings around it.
The second had a bit of the Arch (on edge) with Pooh driving (so Mark would know I did not wrest the wheel from her immediately).
Then a bridge adjacent to the one on which we were traveling.

Eventually we stopped at a rest area outside Metropolis. (At which point I did wrest controls of the car from Pooh.)

Superdude in Metropolis

After reaching Jefferson City (Tennessee) we stopped long enough to unload the car, and loaded back up with a full load of people. We took off for Greenville and a Pioneer League game between the Elizabethton Twins and the Greenville Astros. The game went well, although the Twins prevailed 8-0.

After arriving back at Rey’s place we set up our bunk house.
Two full size beds (one blowup and one mattress) and four people.
I think everybody slept just fine.

So up bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, and we are still hanging around the apartment.

The object of our Tennessee venture

2 Responses to “St. Louis to Tennessee”

  1. Margaret Says:

    Was the rush hour as bad as Seattle? Is it hot there? Glad you’ve arrived and are comfortable. 🙂

  2. rey Says:

    The game was 7-0.

    Also it is Greeneville, TN. Pronounced Grain-vul

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