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Jun 1, 2015 - Wentzville,MO to Corydon, IN to Hurricane, WV

The reception in Wentzville was wonderful. Hosted by the VFW Post#5327. The following morning after breakfast we rode to the Wentzville Vietnam Veterans Memorial. This is one of the very first Vietnam Vets memorials in the USA, originally dedicated in 1967. After a wreath laying ceremony we went on to the VA Hospital at Jefferson Barracks in St Louis. This is one of my favorite stops as we are allowed to enter the wards and visit with some of the patients. Leaving Jefferson Barracks we cross the Mississippi River into Illinois. Our lunch...

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May 21, 2014 - Day 8

Names in Lone Wolf photo above: Phil DuBois, Kurt Meyer, Bob Schuster, Cheryl Schuster, Ted Lang, Steve Berniklau, Collin Galloway, Ed Honsic, Dave Palmer, kneeling Me and my 'roomy' Gary Taylor First stop today was at the Robley Rex VA Medical Center in Louisville, KY. I was able to visit with several patients in the general medical ward. Then we went on to the Kentucky State Vietnam Veteran's Memorial in Frankfort. A very unique memorial in that it is actually a large sundial that casts a shadow on each name at noon on the day that vet...

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Oct 16, 2010 - Hurricane, WV (Oct. 15 - 17, 2010)

On the road all day, arriving in Milton WV at KOA, quickly set up and headed to Ruth Ann and Rick King's farm down the road in Hurricane. After getting lost up a few hollows, finally made it for hugs, wine, a delicious late dinner, and catching up. And, dear friends they are, waited up late to dine with us. The next morning Pete and Rick played golf at Sleepy Hollow GC, while Ruth Ann and I toured Hurricane. That took about 3 minutes; oh, maybe 15, including a stop at the Root Cellar Herbs & Ferguson Tea Room. And, a photo op that couldn't...

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Jun 14, 2007 - Lexington to Hurricane

On Thursday June 14, we drove down to Lexington and stayed at the Kentucky Horse Park. This gave us an opportunity to visit with Gail's brother Wally, his wife Karen and their three children. We forgot to document that on last Saturday Tom found a poor connection to the motor of the washer/dryer. It turns out that that was the problem for quite a while, because it gave intermittent signals to the control board. So the machine is working again. Hooray now Gail can get back to her laundry hobby. On Saturday morning we drove east toward...

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