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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by Rusty Jug, Sep 14, 2012.
Where the Governor is from.
Settler's Village in Wheatland. After snapping the picture, I thought I would head over to the track and put in a few hot laps. They said I only have two wheels. Wouldn't let me.
I haven't looked at the entire thread and some pictures won't load for me, so if this is a repeat, let me know and I will post something else.
I have all of the tags saved in a Google Sheet, and I thought this tag had been used in the past, but I was wrong. Getting old.
Thank you for tagging!
Great, thanks for checking.
Nice new tag.
Big Boy the restored steam locomotive arrives in KC tonight scheduled at 7pm. I believe that to be Union Station, 30 Pershing Ave. Spends the day tomorrow then leaves Wed at 8am for a route South to Texas. Will be back into MO 30th of Aug through Poplar Bluff, on to STL. Will spend a day in Stl then on across central MO on the 31st, back to KC.
If you want to see a spectacular sight and biggest steam locomotive running the time has arrived.
Itinerary here: https://www.up.com/heritage/steam/schedule/index.htm
Live tracking here: https://www.up.com/forms/steam-trace.cfm
Old Tag - Scott's General Store - Iconium, MO - www.peachfloat.com
The sample peach float wasn't too bad, the cheeseburger was fantastic!
New Tag - (if you look you can see the old tag in the distance)
Any chance of a hint...
I just realized I had posted the wrong tag. I posted a picture of a similar structure. I am going to delete my original post I had and try to post correctly. I am very sorry for the confusion and if it is better, I will delete the post and allow it to revert to Grindstone's tag.
Liberty Baptist Church
Again, sorry for the confusion. I just didn't think I should leave the incorrect tag posted.
Things look different on the computer than they do on the phone.
I could not see anything wrong with your post. The object is to get folks out and riding.
Thanks for moving it along.
I would like to see someone tag this. Another hint.
Go to Sugarfoot BBQ, grab a pulled pork sandwich (definitely worth a stop), ride down the road a ways, and stop at the roadside park and enjoy your meal. Hopefully the black bear that was enjoying the view the first time I rode past there (with a pulled pork sandwich that I wasn't willing to share) won't be there.