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"I want to walk in showing off my American Collection"
... the other hand, she is excellent at planning our meals and all I have to do is follow her lead.
The walkie-talkies came back into play today, and I do mean play. You know what they say about boys and their toys. Karen has even gotten caught up in the fun and is getting the lingo down pat. It is funny to hear her say, “ok good buddy” to John.
So after another good dinner, we all settled down for the night and watched the Brown's ...
... purposes, but the Sumner has a fair sized permanent collection on
The campus has numerous statues of a funny-looking little
bird that resembles a cross between crow and Woody Woodpecker. It’s called a
Jayhawk. Kansas is the Sunflower State, and the state bird is the Western
Meadowlark. So what’s a Jayhawk?
Lawrence’s attractive downtown was bustling the Saturday
afternoon I was there. The ...
... of Kansas
with the cruise control set around 65 and seeing how far I could go without
touching either gas or brake pedals. I went about 220 miles.
I stopped in Topeka mostly to see the State Capitol building.
Construction cranes outside unfortunately messed up some of my pictures. Like
many Midwestern state capitols, the one in Kansas is a huge and grandiose
building, one that can hold the offices of the legislators and ...
... get stranded by gambling and continuing to drive it sans repair.
I passed through Kentucky, seeing little more than the freeway (which was not very impressive) and a quick stop in Paducah (even less impressive), and crossed over the Ohio River into the southern flatlands of the Land of Lincoln. I remember very little of the next three hours while I passed by farm town after farm town, corn field after corn field. I was told at one point ...