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Travelogue: Cahokia October 2016

It was Columbus Day weekend. Or, as several states and cities have already begun calling it, Indigenous Peoples Day. I set out for Cahokia, Illinois, just a few miles from St. Louis, Missouri. The drive was mostly on Interstates 24, 57, and 64–just about 1/2 tank of gas for my Ford Fusion. Not a bad … Continue reading Travelogue: Cahokia October 2016 ?
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