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Travel Blogs from Manhattan
I am at least three days behind in blogging, so I apologize for the delay. The days blur together, so I will do my best to catch up.
I rode Dash today and the weather was perfect. The roads were in great shape and the footing was perfect thanks to all the rain. The roads are called Section Roads (1 mile sections). Thruout Kansas and …
Day 3: States covered: Missouri, Kansas Mileage covered: 420 miles Weather: Sunny and beautiful Abby Meltdowns: 2 minor (one when dad just had to stop at Nostalgia Ville during nap time) HIghlights: Going up St. Louis Arch, Dred Scott Exhibit, Meeting up with Aunt Caroline National Park Stamps of the the Day: Jefferson National Expansion Memorial ( …
... 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!
... br> Macaroni & Cheese
Things We Learned in Europe that We'll Continue:
We're all stronger walkers (Joe & I want to maintain this)
Using quinoa/couscous in place of hamburger in tacos
Gouda is great in grilled cheese sandwiches
Sometimes game/screen time is necessary
Unscheduled family activities can be just as fun as scheduled activities
Everyone, even the four-year-old, should get real input in planning
... when describing the dream of a small community that literally built a museum out of a rainbow's notion? It took the brains of a small group of leaders, the heart for what L. Frank Baum began in 1900 as a simple children's book and the courage to take on the task of
constructing a home for over 2,000 artifacts dating from 1900 to today. The OZ museum was built with a major grant from the State of Kansas and ...