Crossland Economy Studios - Kansas City - Lenexa - 95th St.
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... all-women's college. The University of Chester is the exact opposite. On one hand, I am super excited for this change. As much as I love Agnes Scott, it will be exciting to see what a big, co-ed school is like; academically, socially, the whole nine yards. However, this unknown territory also comes with a lot of nervousness. I basically feel like I'm a high school senior getting ready for college all over ...
... airport. The ride was full of anticipation soon to be replaced by anxiety as Lisa dropped us off at the curbside checki-in. We had arrived a couple of minutes too late for curb side so the steward rushed us and our bags to the line and said he would see if he could get us in, at least our bags. He knew a guy. Successfully getting our bags checked our next problem was getting me checked, Lauri had already checked in online and had a QR on her ...
... in Hutchinson, so even though we had a long ride, from Garden City to Kansas City, we stopped and glad we did. When you walk into the Cosmosphere museum they have a SR-71 Blackbird spy plane mounted on piers at an angle so you get a close up view of the whole airplane. The museum has one of the largest collections of flown American spacecraft, and the largest assemblage of Russian spacecraft, spacesuits, and space related artifacts in the U.S.
... Springs people who drive like maniacs, are short tempered as a bunch, and not too keen of my slower unsure Midwestern ways. People here come off from my point of view as somewhat self centered. They are true libertarians. I am sure the locals see it as a virtue, a sort of rugged individualism. Everyone does their own thing. Community, as I know it, seems a weakness to people here. It is no wonder now that the residents of Colo Springs opted ...
... late 1960s) of family trips across the plains
to Kansas City for high-end shopping because Denver was still such a Cowtown.
Maybe “everything’s up to date in Kansas City” as the song from the musical
“Oklahoma” goes, but nowadays everything’s finally up to date in Denver too.
The Nelson-Atkins Museum is gorgeous, a stately Art Deco
granite building with fine collections of all kinds of art. The most ...