ST. LOUIS ROAD TRIP: 2nd Entry with Buffalo Robe at MacArthur Bridge in St. Louis


Buffalo Robe posed by the MacArthur railroad bridge in St. Louis

This site was discovered while we were looking for the Riverboat dock the day before our tour. It was a significant for me because I had a reoccurring dream, for several years, in which I saw a mass of steel girders. When I saw the bridge on this rainy afternoon, I knew right away, it was the one I had seen it in my dreams – 38°36′53″N 90°11′01″W


This post is part of a series on my long awaited road trip to St. Louis, Missouri to study the
Pre-Contact Mississippian earth mounds and ancient Indigenous cultures. 

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