This leg of Connolly's journey commences in St Louis, Missouri, the gateway to The West, where he heads for the top of the Gateway Arch - a 630 foot structure made out of 900 tonnes of steel. The Arch, which is the highest man-made monument in America, was designed as a tribute to the explorers and hunters of the west and was made to look like an upside-down necklace. He visits a wolf sanctuary, takes in a Civil War re-enactment, tries his hand at hunting wild turkeys and makes himself comfortable in the world's largest rocking chair. His final stop is in Oklahoma City, where he visits a memorial to the 168 victims of the bombing of the Alfred P Murrah Federal Building in 1995. He also gets on down with one of Ike and Tina Turner's backing crooners.