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Art print for 1904 World's Fair

The 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair Louisiana Purchase Exposition

One of our destination points for the afternoon was the Missouri History Museum. We had discussed visiting some of the features of Forest Park that we’d not been to before, and sister recommended The Louisiana Purchase Exposition exhibit housed in the History Museum.  The Louisiana Purchase Exposition is the official name of the 1904 World’s […]

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Jewel Box in Forest Park St. Louis

A Visit to the Jewel Box in Forest Park

Among the wonders of Forest Park is an Art Deco style conservatory called the Jewel Box.  On previous visits to this historic park, we had driven past this giant greenhouse en route to another feature, and I would longingly peer out the window with curiosity of what was inside. I am fascinated with conservatories, and […]

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Miss Aimie B's special lemonade

Lunch at Miss Aimee B’s Tea Room

Miss Aimee B’s Tea Room is a local favorite in St. Charles. Sister and I live far enough apart, we squeeze in as much as we can when we get together. I asked her if we could go out for a special lunch so we could celebrate her birthday. Her birthday was three weeks away, […]

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 Miss Mustard Seed milk paint classroom.

Antiquing with sister in historic St. Charles

Husband and I enjoy road trips, especially when it involves spending time with family. An opportunity arose  when Andrew Peterson was having a concert at my sister’s church.  This was a great excuse to get out of town and make memories with one of our favorite couples.  Because we left on Friday after work and […]

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