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... other than a dark suit, blue/white shirt and tie on weekday, this will be your favorite blog for the next two weeks.
We begin our journey here in Manhattan while watching the K-State vs. North Dakota State football game and the unveiling of Fort Snyder. EMAW tonight because we're AWOL tomorrow!
... in Europe; and last, things that we learned and hope to continue now that we're back in the USA.
Things We'll Miss about Europe:
Hosts, friends, and hosts who became friends
Pirate Ship Park
Swimming Pool and Slide in Mersch
Pain au Chocolate
Good beer in the grocery store
Hills & Hiking trails of Larochette
We left the great sand dunes and drove through Colorado into Kansas where we spent the night at another walmart. The next morning, we got up and drove to Abilene, ks, the home of the Eisenhower museum and library. We toured his boyhood home, which was way smaller than Jefferson's which we saw last year. Then we checked out the grounds and the museum. Finally, we made the push to St. Louis where we stayed at a ...
... is a treasure trove of delight and wonder and thrills visitors young and "young at heart."
It was amazing to see all the collectable items of interest. There were rooms dedicated to all the main characters. The Tin man, The Lion, The Scarecrow, Glenda the Good Witch and The Bad Witch as well as Dorothy. It was fun remembering the story and the characters. I even bought a Christmas tree ornament of the ruby slippers. ...
... walked around and took pictures. Tomorrow morning when there is sunlight we will visit the rest of downtown Abilene. The town was at the end of the Chisholm Trail and between 1867 and 1872 a million cattle were driven up from Texas, loaded onto railroad cars and shipped east. After 1872 Junction City, 30 miles east of here, became the preferred railroad terminus and ended Abilene's glory ...