Trip to the Lou does history at Daniel Boone Home
Welcome to Trip to the Lou! On the premiere episode, the guys visit the home of the famous pioneer in unincorporated St. Charles, MO. The house was built by Nathan Boone who lived there with his family until they moved in 1837. Daniel Boone lived in the house with his wife Rebecca from 1804 until his death in 1820. With the help of our wonderful tour guide, we learn about what life would have been like for the family and many stories of Daniel Boone’s life. Then, we hear stories about how the family hosted dances in their attic and Nathan’s attempt to build a coffin for his father. Trip to the Lou is the first St. Louis podcast for St. Louisans, by St. Louisans. The brainchild of Lou native (and noted stand-up comic) Greg Warren and features a cast of recognizable figures from the STL’s diverse comedy and entertainment circles, including Tim Convy, Sean O’Brien, Andrew Topping, Joe Murray, and Bob “Rammer” Ramsey.
Link: Daniel Boone Home in St. Charles County, MO
You can hear all that and more on this episode of Trip to the Lou!
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