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... stop we met up with two bikers Brian and Robin (Robin was a girly biker) from Kansas, who Dutch Paul knew from the ZZRbike website We had lunch together in a little coffee shop (The Tasty Pastry Bakery) in a place called Clay Centre. The locals could not get enough of our adventure and we had a photo with some ladies who were getting on a bit. The best photo was with Bob who is also getting on a bit! Tasty Pastry Bakery Tee shirts at 7.0 dollars were ...
... in teenage years, since it is precisely the physical body that is needed to transform in often overwhelmeding. Sport has consequently also influence your morale. Studies show that youth who play sporting activities are more valued self-image that they are much less disheartened (according to study carried out by Inserm). When a sporting activity ...
The million dollar question in regards to this trip-Who are you going with? Well, that would be Sam. Who is Sam? This guy who showed up my house last Labor Day. Sam made no secret that he would not let me on the trip alone. He made it clear that I needed ...
The drive from Denver is a long one about 9 hours. Matt drove about 8 hours.
Before home we had to:
1) Pick-up my car from long term parking
2) Return our rental car
3) Most importantly, pick Octavius up from the Pet Ranch!
We arrived safely home at about 1pm on Saturday 7/12, about 14 hours later ...
... but there was still plenty to do and see in Kansas City.
Next stop the Lewis and Clark overlook. This is a point above the confluence of the Missouri and Kansas rivers. On their exploration they determined the site to be a good fort location because of it's access to the two rivers and it's elevated position for view and strength from indians.
Just a couple miles away we arrived at the National World War I Memorial and Museum. ...