Re: Actually St. Louis Mo. Arrgh! was Alabama...
- You really opened my eyes to the possibilities of STL. I did not know
about all the cool bike trails and such. It is giving Portland, at
least my understanding of Portland a run for the Money in Biking
Friendly cities. It's all good, i may just stay the weekend and check
the rides out.
--- In email@example.com, "Dave Lloyd" <dave@...> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 1:09 PM, kwikfile08 <kwikfile@...> wrote:
> > Dave,
> > Man thanks!
> > This makes going to STL a nice trip after all. I will explore those
> > sites. Elevated bikeways sounds cool! I haven't Pole danced in a long
> > time so I will skip that part of town, got too many blister hanging
> > upside down and spinning... HaHa!
> No problem! STL is (in my opinion) a pretty cool place. Plus, it's
> one of those cool places that nobody else knows is cool since it's in
> that great expanse between the coasts.
> I know that there are other cool things that I'm forgetting. St.
> Louis is a bit like lots of small towns stuck together. Each
> neighborhood definitely has its own distinctive feel. The nice part
> of this (and maybe a bit of the downside, too) is that your
> neighborhood is a bit like Mayberry to some extent (note that this is
> for the city proper and older inner ring suburbs, not the 'burbs).
> Unfortunately, confluence state park on the MO side is closed due to
> flooding from earlier this year. Pere Marquette is open on the IL
> side, so you can go over there to see the confluence of the Missouri
> and Mississippi.