Finally - the sun!
For those not familiar with St. Louis, I can’t begin to cover all the good stuff here. On this trip we have been so busy that we haven’t visited our favorite sites such as Forrest Park, or even The Hill! The one thing we did get to do was go to Sourlard’s Market. It’s an old-fashioned farmers market, open year round, but it really hits its stride in the spring. Best place ever to people-watch! People show up in jeans, dresses, saris and burqas, and I think I’ve heard every language and dialect in the world in it’s aisles. It's famous for fresh vegetables but you can get other things there, too. For example, one of meat stores offers choriza, wesswurst, turtle meat, frog legs, alligator tail, bison jerky and shark. Needless to say, Soulard’s is one of Randy’s favorite places to shop.
Randy is off fishing in Mexico and we will have to head to Nova Scotia the day after he gets back, so I am starting to pack up the RV to move again. When we settle in a place for awhile we can put out the breakables and spread out a little, but everything has to go back in its place before the wheels can turn. At least I don’t have to work in the rain!