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... Little Big Horn in Montana. I conjured up a vision of Custer in one of these valley's looking upon the surrounding ridges and saying "wow, that's a shitload of indians!". I didn't take the time to visit either of these places....I had a schedule to keep.
Again I used AirBnb.com to find a place to sleep and shower close to the Eisenhower Library. The closest place was in Manhattan Kansas, approximately 25 east of Abilene. It is the home ...
... ago. Next on the notable town list was Marceline, Mo which was the boyhood home of Walt Disney. The house still stands and is occupied by a farm family who chooses not to allow any access. Then the small town of Laclede, Mo which was the boyhood home of General John Pershing. Second stop was in Chillicothe, MO we gassed up, snacked up, and got back on the road. Another town of notoriety a ...
Today we visited the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve. It is an old farm/ranch in the Flint Hills surrounded by some of the last remaining tallgrass in the country. The walk around the barn, house, and accompanying buildings is fairly short, but we did a bit more exploring on the trails and got in some relatively significant mileage today. The first hike was about 3 miles round trip to the old one room school house which ...
Leaving St. Louis mid-afternoon we drove the entire state of Missouri and stopped 125 miles into Kansas at Junction City for the night. Nearby was Fort Riley army base (but we were pooped after driving so we didn't see it!). The town was very ...
... 8217;s is also quite subdued and reflects his modest personality.
My understanding is that after WWII there was a lot of interest in drafting Eisenhower to run for president, but it wasn’t known which party he belonged to. Could you imagine that happening nowadays in the U.S. when party activists demand absolute ideological purity of their candidates, especially those running for president.
I had dinner at the historic Brookville Hotel on the outskirts of town, ...