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The two RV Gypsies enjoyed oddities
in St. Louis, Missouri
May 2022

St. Louis Science Center was founded in 1963 and is situated in Forest Park. It has a science museum and a planetarium . Admission is FREE. It is one of two science centers in the United States which offers free general admission. However, it must have been after hours when the two RV Gypsies got here because it was closed.

St. Louis Science Center sign James S. McDonnell Planetarium

Below: Lee Duquette and the Giant 33-foot tall Alien
outside James S. McDonnell Planetarium

Giant 33-foot tall Alien

Below: A couple of close up photos to show what the giant alien is made of.

what the giant alien is made of what the giant alien is made of

Below: In the same area as the giant alien shown above, there was a Blue Angels airplane.

Boeing Blue Angel sign Boeing Blue Angel aircraft

DESPITE THE FACT THAT THE Amoco oil company is long since defunct, the World’s Largest Amoco Sign, originally built on top of a St. Louis gas station, was actually wider than the building that it was perched on top of. It still towers over a Missouri intersection more as a copyright placeholder than a tribute to the company's legacy.This titanic oil company sign is a reminder of the Americana boom of the 70's. Address: 981 S. Skinker Blvd. St, Louis, Missouri

giant Amoco sign

Below: World's largest man-made moon
6177 Delmar Blvd - above The Moonrise Motel

World's largest man-made moon

look below

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