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Shemwells ~ The secret. Some of the best BBQ in America is in Cairo. Since the 1930's, Shemwells traditional Hickory and Oak fired pits put a taste in the meat that is lip-savory delish; as is their sauce and the unique slicing to fit snugly into the toasted fresh bread. KpPhoto
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Just Across the Mississippi

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A Short distance to travel to see one of the fundamental reasons France controlled the territory of Louisiana that the Americans were able to snatch from their hands in one of the slickest Land Deals of history.

You will find no PokemanGo characters but Donald J. Trump would be proud. #IDLP

Seriously, the amazing historical aspects of our region is without equal.

Not only are there Civil War sights in abundance there is a tribute to a sharecropper uprising.

Cairo offers insight into the ills of America in the 60’s that led to the demise of a once promising town.

Shemwells ~ The secret. Some of the best BBQ in America is in Cairo. Since the 1930's, Shemwells traditional Hickory and Oak fired pits put a taste in the meat this is lip-savory delish; as is their sauce and the unique slicing to fit snugly into the toasted fresh bread.

Shemwells ~ The secret.
Some of the best BBQ in America is in Cairo. Since the 1930’s, Shemwells traditional Hickory and Oak fired pits put a taste in the meat that is lip-savory delish; as is their sauce and the unique slicing to fit snugly into the toasted fresh bread.

Cross the Ohio River and soon you will find this marker as you enter Wickliffe, Ky, across from the great mounds sits this sign. There are traces and evidence of these societies and cultures throughout Southeast Missouri.

Just a few things to do on A Hot Summer Day. Escape in the AC of the vehicle; pack the Family; the gas is cheap and fun and effort is richly rewarding.

*Footnotes to the Historical aspect of the sign.

Louis XIV was the FDR of France.

LaSalle was his main man in the exploring realm.

The Native Americans he encountered. Iroquois and Qabache and the Algonquins

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