Crossland Economy Studios - Kansas City - Independence
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Today the journey began! My mom and I drove to Kansas City in order for me to board my flight early tomorrow morning. It took a while to get going because I kept remembering last minute things, and even when we got to Kansas City we had to make several emergency supply stops because apparently I forgot to pack my brain (my mom was thrilled about this). However, all worked out and we ended up getting to ...
... we will be doing over the next 13 days.
Also, once I get home from this trip, I will have to finish out my Guatemala blog. It was a CRAZY 5 days that I had between my trips. I had 5 cheer practices, 4 job interviews, 2 photography sessions, lots of laundry, 1 job acceptance and a ton of time with my family before heading out on trip number 2. :)
Happy to share with you my travels on this trip. Hope you enjoy reading! :) ...
... killed me, but when I finally bit into those warm, delicious, fall-off-the-bone savory ribs smothered in tasty homemade BBQ sauce, my heart forever changed. Okay that description may have been a little bit of a hyperbole but I truly enjoyed my meal and it was definitely the best BBQ I’ve ever had. Kamal was slightly disappointed with his meal but it’s not surprising because those who don’t eat pork always lose out ...
... I would still encourage anyone visiting the Boston area to make the trip and see it.
Unfortunately, Ann had to attend her conference, so I went solo. I had reserved a car rental for the 11 mile drive out to the suburb of Independence, Missouri. I had planned on being there 30 minutes before anything started or opened. Truman is known as the "Man from Independence" for a reason. It is a fairly old town, where Harry Truman lived ...
... were leaving the RV park I saw the Yesteryear Museum with a lot of old farm equipment sitting outside so I decided to stop in for a visit just to see what was there. I am glad I did. Cathy wasn’t the bit interested so she stayed in the motor home and read her book. That was fine with me so in I went. I was the only person there so the vice-president of the museum gave me ...