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Cake 112—Centennial Greenway (138 cakes left)

The Katy Trail is one of the most famous off-road trails in Missouri, and many trails branch off of it. The Centennial Greenway Trail connects to the Katy Trail in St. 114 more words

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The Dumpster Incident - Barrett's Elementary School (#16)

Let’s set the scene:

Who: Myself (Cake Monster), Mercutio Krispytreats, and Waltrice Disneta (WD)

Where: Barrett’s Elementary School, Cake #16

When: March 15, 2014

What: After the safari that was Lone Elk Park, Mercutio, WD and I needed a little break from the wilder side of cake hunting. 488 more words

Cake 111—Shrine of St. Rose Philippine Duchesne (139 cakes left)

St. Rose Philippine was a French missionary and a member of the Religious of the Sacred Heart. Today, she is honored with a shrine in St. 119 more words

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Cake 110—St. Charles County Heritage Museum (140 cakes left)

The St. Charles County Heritage Museum opened in 2010, and it is free to the public. Its exhibits focus on local St. Charles and Missouri history. 151 more words

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Meet me in St. Louie, Louie...

We just returned from a weekend in St. Louis. Basically, it was a trip down memory lane. Almost exclusively, we visited our old haunts, and had a blast. 111 more words

Cake 109—Fort Zumwalt Park (141 cakes left)

Fort Zumwalt Park is located in O’Fallon, Missouri. The city of O’Fallon’s website describes Fort Zumwalt Park as the most scenic and historic park in O’Fallon. 104 more words

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Cake 108—Lindenwood University (142 cakes left)

Founded in 1827, Lindenwood University is one of the oldest colleges west of the Mississippi. Its tree-lined, 500-acre campus is located in St. Charles. According to its website, Lindenwood offers 120+ undergraduate and graduate programs. 70 more words

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