Holiday Inn Express Warrensburg
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No schedule, no firm plans just headed to one of our favorites places, LOTO!! Matt, Anna, Strings and I were on the road by 7:30. It was an easy day in the road...made a few stops, had a picnic lunch in central Kansas and then decided to call it a day in Overland Park, ...
20 minutes out from Kansas City I see three large Lego bricks on the side of the road....you wouldn't flip a U-Turn?! The Powell Gardens hosted Sean Kenney, one of the first 15 to become a certified Lego Professional, to do a series of 27 sculptures around the gardens using 300,000 bricks. His aim was to capture scenes of nature and humans relationship with nature through ...
... in 1897 when they built their house. It is up on a cliff overlooking the valley. By the time we arrived, it also was getting ready to close, so we just walked around the grounds for a bit.
One of the couples we met last year at the Passport America Rally in Concord, NC is here and are also staying tonight, so we're going out to eat later. They are from Texarkana and know one of the couples in our RV chapter. Anyway they are also working their way north for the FMCA rally.
... a short while, Bob went back to the gathering place and I went for a long walk. There is a Kmart across the street from the fairgrounds so I walked over there and did some looking around. Didn't buy anything, but I needed to get my steps in for today and I really don't like walking around in circles. I'd rather go to a store and walk around looking at things. From our coach to Kmart and back is probably 1.75 miles. So with all the walking ...
... we decided to take a drive in that direction.
Our GPS doesn't like us and took us on gravel roads because it likes to make us say "I think we could get there by going another way!" Guess if you think miles, then the GPS' fastest route is correct, but when you look at the road and it is gravel and very out in the country, you begin to wonder who mapped the route.
Anyway we eventually found the store. Think it is Mennonite not Amish, but it ...