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... look around since we weren’t staying but one night. Imagine our surprise when we went to Kansas City, MO to find an exciting, large city. We found a World War I museum and monument but only got to visit the grounds and a little inside. The city amazed us at how big it is and how busy it seemed to be. We rode across the river into Kansas City, KS to look around there but were surprised to find it was not as big or busy as the other Kansas ...
... Also, at the museum is Jesse James' house. You can see the bullet hole in the front parlor where he was shot and died. It is a beautiful hotel and well worth a stop if you are ever passing through Kansas Cit., St Joseph is an old town, home of Quaker Oats, has fantastic old mansions and lots of history including Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley and the James boys. After a fabulous lunch at ...
... entire time I was there.
I liked the engraving on the wine barrel at Beachaven. Plus je bois, mieux je chante. (The more I drink, the better I sing.) Since I can't sing at all, a little wine can only help. The drive through St. Louis was picturesque thanks to all the architecture of all the old buildings. Don't bother with the bypass, just drive right through the center of town.
We had four nights at the Basswood RV Resort. It was a perfect place to relax. Our site was right on the Fish Pond where we could see the big fish swimming around. One day we took a ride to Leavenworth and saw the penitentiary. It was ...
Surprise, surprise! I found a couple of wineries close by so we headed over to try them out.
The first one, Jowler Creek Winery was only 6 miles from the RV Park. They were having a special wine and cheese paring for Mothers Day along with a coupon for a free cupcake at their sister winery in Weston. An offer we (I) couldn't pass up. They had a Norton red wine that is described as the Syrah of the Ozarks. They also ...