Day 3 we started in St. Louis. The night before we found this great restaurant called Annie Gun’s through Yelp, a smart phone app that can find great food and accommodations along your way . Yelp can really knock it out of the park and has so far on this trip, not least is the example of Annie Gun’s. That restaurant got a near perfect score on Yelp and we can see why. I had one of the all time top 5 sandwiches I ever had there. Unfortunately for us, this place is jumping even on a Sunday night, so we had to order to go. That’s ok, because we ended up in a nice conversation at the bar with some locals. Funny enough, the conversation started because the gentleman mentioned Thurmond WV and we said we just came from around that area. Turns out he is going next week down to that area to work communications for the National Boy Scout Jamboree taking place around the New River Gorge area this summer. His coworker was excited to talk about the great things to see and do around St.Louis and other customers chimed in with their own comments on the area and its culture. Moral of the story is this: don’t be afraid to engage people on a long Road Trip. They can be very nice and turns out the world can be a lot smaller than you think. Continue reading
Transportation is a huge part of the history and geography of the US. Trips like our own Road Trip have a long tradition in the US for both recreation and for commerce. None of that would be possible without the growth of the automobile.
Day 2 we hit some fantastic spots around St. Louis. Hit the link below to find out more!
We started off the day bright and early leaving Morgantown at 7am on our route south toward Bluefield, WV. We loaded down our car with lots of good treats, some spare undies, and lots of VerySpatial swag to hand out along the way. We gave our cats some last minute pats on the head, made sure the sitter had enough cat toys for the time we’d be gone, and we were off on A VerySpatial Road Trip across the US!