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Don Héctor and Doña Lucila arrived late last night, and rose early this morning. Our first day together had a busy itinerary.
It’s T-minus 8 hours to the arrival of my suegros from Bolivia. They’ll arrive late tonight and stay at our house for three weeks. Much has happened today: A surprise airport reunion. A little boy who turned blue. A trip … Continue reading
At long last, Yoli made some perfect salteñas. A few days ago we invited a friend over for a dinner of various Bolivian delicacies. On the menu were: salteñas, cuñapes, and mate to drink. (Check out some pics from the … Continue reading
The following was written by Yoli’s dad, Hector Zegarra Barron (in Spanish of course): Visit, Vacation and Second Honeymoon Thanks to my dear son-in-law Joshua and my firstborn daughter Yolange Z. de Renaud. After a lot of paper work done … Continue reading
On Thursday we made our way to that which is at the center of nearly every St. Louisan’s heart. Not time in St. Louis would be complete without it. Of course I mean the brewery tour.
Wednesday morning we made our second excursion far outside of St. Louis, this time along I-44. Our first stop was Meramec Caverns, which I haven’t been to since I was in 5th grade.
Tuesday night my mom came over to watch the girls so that Yoli, Don Hector, Doña Lucila and I could go to the Cardinals game.
Across the river from downtown St. Louis is the Malcolm W. Martin Memorial Park. This year they finally completed a scenic overlook tower from which you can take great photos of the Arch and the St. Louis skyline. This past … Continue reading
Despite our lack of blog posts this week, rest assured we are going full-bore. Together we have visited quite a few places this week, ranging from the Malcolm Martin Arch viewing platform in East St. Louis to a Cardinals baseball … Continue reading
Today, the Ferguson Farmer’s Market had its pie contest. Yoli really likes these dessert contests.