Stone-Yancey House Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today begins my journey to Chester, England! For the next 6 months, I will be living and studying at the University of Chester. After years of dreaming and months of planning, it is time for me to finally board the plane and set off to the UK! As of right now, I am a mix of all emotions. This trip will stretch me in so many different ways. Even though I have traveled a copious amount within the United States, this ...
I woke up at 6 as usual, still dark but excited to leave I jumped in the shower. Later as I begun to pack i was thinking of coffee, nudged Lauri awake and peaked out the sliding glass door to notice that Lisa was up. We made some Kerig coffee and sat for a bit to catch up some more before we realized what time it was. Later than we were comfortable with. So we grabbed our bags, Lauri did a last minute check, Lisa locked up the house and we headed ...
... and the trimmins! Alleluia and God bless Janis for sending such a meal out to us. We feasted and gave thanks as we simply did not expect on taking part in Thanksgiving festivities this year. Afterwards we set around the fire and caught up talking about everything from kids to aliens (ETs not illegal, of course that was me). Soon we were on the last bottle and as Lauri was fading and the dogs had made themselves comfortable on the bed we decided to call it a night as we had to be up at ...
Kansas City is the heart of Middle America, about as close
to the geographic center of the 48 contiguous states as any major city. I’ve
always viewed it quite positively. I passed through on the highway a few times over
the years and stopped and toured around a little on a fall road trip in 1993,
during which I went to Harry Truman Home National Historical Site and Truman Presidential
Library and Museum in Independence then.
... again most died of disease rather than battle wounds. The museum has guns, cannons, uniforms, war posters, and many audio and video presentations along with interactive displays to learn more about WWI. Near the end of the museum is a picture of Adolf Hitler with a comment that he sought a vengeance for Germany's loss. So after World War II the Great War became known as World War I. A great museum well work a visit if you are ever in Kansas ...