Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park
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Well for our second night we have chosen Yogi Bears forest with great things for the kids and we even had a special guest come and wish us goodnight !! Early night for all the Ramsay's tonight as tomorrow we head to Springfield Missouri
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from one of the shops.
Sunday was our last day. We once again walked over to Cafe du Monde for our
beignets and then I walked around taking pictures until 11am. I then had to go back to
the hotel to change for our brunch at Antoine’s and to check out of the hotel. This being
Easter Sunday, many people (locals I think) were dressed up. They also have 3 parades
in the French Quarter during the day, one of which I saw. I saw the Historic ...
... where the "real fans" may have been hiding. That being said, we had a lovely time...despite the fact that they only serve Budweiser beverages in the coolers that come around to the seats. It is Busch stadium...so what did I expect.
Left Falcon, Co a few minutes after 6 a.m. It was a beautiful morning. Sunrise just before Limon, CO. The further east we got, the more the wind started to blow. The sky was blue all day long with the occasion billowy cumulus cloud. The Kansas landscape is starting to green as the wheat fields are starting to show signs of life. Monstrous white windmills fill much of the ...