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    Points of interest?

    between me, delton MI and the middle of arkansas, be it a striaght or crooked line? any suggestions..
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    Budweiser brewery tour is St. Louis?
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    Along I-65 in west Kentucky, just north of Bowling Green is Mammoth Cave. My family stopped there last December on the way to Florida. We really enjoyed the cave tour. The kids were fascinated, as were us adults. It's a well run operation there. We took the 2hr "new Entrance" tour.

    This is a bit off of a direct line to Arkansas, but we enjoyed it.

    oh yeah, and a bit further south in Bowling Green KY itself is the National Corvette Museum. We passed it by, so I have no idea how interesting it is. But it might be worth a peek.

    Going to visit Tod?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bower View Post
    Budweiser brewery tour is St. Louis?
    the busch family owns a restraunt called bevo mill where they serve game from their game preserve...good food and really cool architecture!
    bass pro shops in springfield missouri.
    ponca on the buffalo river.
    there`s a few..
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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    the busch family owns a restraunt called bevo mill where they serve game from their game preserve...good food and really cool architecture!
    bass pro shops in springfield missouri.
    ponca on the buffalo river.
    there`s a few..
    whers the bevo mill tod? seen a bass pro shop before so would be intersted in gettin some farm raised game thou to chew on..
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    Stop by Harrison, AK (rock throw from Mountain Home) at the 66 (Phillips) station/towing owned and operated by Don "Doc" Bailey. Fill up your gas tank, re-stock your "necessary fluids". While you're at it, check out the mini Ford N tractor he built from an old Bolens garden tractor, and his wife's beautiful '40 Chevy coupe. One of the nicest guys you'll ever meet. Steve knows him too...


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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    whers the bevo mill tod? seen a bass pro shop before so would be intersted in gettin some farm raised game thou to chew on..
    st louis........
    http://www.beertravelers.com/details/missouri/bevo.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Cook View Post
    Stop by Harrison, AK (rock throw from Mountain Home) at the 66 (Phillips) station/towing owned and operated by Don "Doc" Bailey. Fill up your gas tank, re-stock your "necessary fluids". While you're at it, check out the mini Ford N tractor he built from an old Bolens garden tractor, and his wife's beautiful '40 Chevy coupe. One of the nicest guys you'll ever meet. Steve knows him too...


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    Oh man....I'd love to go to Doc's. He also has a nice unstyled John Deere "B" he restored.

    Larry if you stop by and see Doc, please tell him I said "someday" I will get down there to see him.

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    St. Louis = Grant's Farm - where the Budweiser people keep the horses. Gorgeous place. Take in a Cardinals game at Busch Stadium, too.

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    wel i would like to see that horse farm but i aint into no base ball game nancy,, thanks fo r the help and am headed off tommrrow am...
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