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... experiencing a new university will further develop me as a student and as a person. There are many aspects I am excited for as well. For example, Chester, England is a beautiful city and I cannot wait to explore it. It is full of museums, theaters, restaurants, nature preserves...the list is endless. Another super exciting aspect of living in England is being able to explore my love for Harry Potter. I will finally be able ...
Hello Fellow Travelers,
Still on a high from the great time we had in Forest City. Boy, do those people know how to throw a party! Back to the real world and an overnighter in Eagleville, MO.
A cute little campground high on a hill with a view of the surrounding country side, we enjoyed our overnight stay, full hook-ups and put out the Tailgater Satellite to pick up ESPN and Fox News. Aah ...
... 22px;">Next was Redemption Hill where the first pioneers were camped and where the request for the Mormon Battalion was first made. Then the on the grounds of the school for the deaf which was where the mustering took place. Each of these places so significant, and places I'd wanted to see since high school.
... use is permitted in museums’ permanent
collections, but there are still a few that don’t allow it. I was surprised
that the Nelson-Atkins recently changed its policy to allow flash photography.
They told me that (contrary to widely held belief) the flash of modern digital
cameras does not, in fact, fade paintings. Rather it’s viewed as potentially
disruptive to people viewing the art, but the nelson-Atkins visitation isn’t
... on the motorhome. We just got settled in the waiting room (where a Russian program was playing on the TV), when they called us to say the job was done. It was a loose connection. We were on our way in 10 minutes. (I had a photo for this, but I don’t have the program I need to access the photos.)
So, on the road again. Saw a sign for the Amana Colonies (the 1850’s German settlements known for hard work, furniture making, and hearty food.) ...