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... natural beauty. This post is just an introduction, there will be much more to come as travel plans are made. In the next few months we have our anual girlfrend getaway planned and will a lot of great things to share. Until then the planning and anticipation are great!
I hope you enjoy coming along for the ride as I dream, plan, and travel to see the world one step at a time.
... surrounding Lincoln and presidency. Library: The library is a working research library and does have some revolving exhibits to view, however, it doesn't come close to the museum for browsing. The library collection is immense. One exhibit said that more books have been written about Lincoln than any other person with the exception of Jesus Christ. Lincoln: The Spielberg movie no doubt provides our majority conduit into the life and times of Abe ...
... The first required someone stay their and accept all maintenance responsibility for its upkeep. The second requirement was that the State could not charge its citizens to tour the home. What a guy! Right up my alley. The State of Illinois partnered with the National Park Service in the 1980's and the 175 + year old home has been painstakingly restored, and provides a remarkable look into how the president and his family lived. The house has many of the original ...
... through the Lincoln family cabin in the woods. Then we ventured into the second section of the museum - the White House that explained Lincoln's years in Washington.
By now it was past lunchtime and we needed to head towards St. Louis. But two things first:
1. Needed to put closure to the Lincoln experience by visiting his tomb in the Oak Ridge Cemetery. Unfortunately, it was closed to the ...
... and receives a gem and several peaches and diamonds. Google this one and check it out. Also, we toured the Old State House, where Abe spent some of his early days and his Law Office in town.
Today, we went to his Tomb. Great Tomb! We were able to go inside and check out the statues and stone work. Next was Lincoln's Springfield home, where he and his family lived ...