Monday, June 26, 2006

Scenes from the 1st Pedalin’ for Poetry Bike Ride

With the Arch on the horizon, the cyclists approach the banner at St. Louis Avenue & Blair to read another line from Fulfilment by Langston Hughes.

Amanda Doyle, Jason McClelland, and Bruce Smith take a break along the Riverfront Trail, just one of the unique amenities right outside the borders of Old North St. Louis.

The Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing site also provides an opportunity to learn about the first nationally recognized Underground Railroad site in Missouri. For more on this, check out Grace Hill’s website:

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