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... we'll see... ;) I would have loved more time for us to spend in the Museum of Westward Expansion (which we visited after doing the tram ride to the top to take pictures), but we needed to move on to get to Kansas City at a reasonable time (and do our best to avoid rush hour). My favorite quote (as Amber had just watched a replica of an old-time silversmith talk to us) was "That was ...
Hey, we're on the road again. We finally got things in good enough shape to leave on
schedule on 10/14. We had a great visit with our friends, Phil & Doris Crain, in Cabot, AR.
We played Sticks Rummy every evening.s
We left there this morning and are now camped just south of Memphis in a very nice
campground, EZ DAZE RV Park. It was a short day on the road but tiring due to the wind,
not quite as bad as the day we left home but it still made ...
... diner food!!! After this we headed to the zoo. It was pretty warm out 77 degrees and the zoo was packed!!! We walked around for an hour or so then headed to a park nearby. We ended our night at the St. Louis bread Co. aka Panera Bread!!! It is the same place just different name here as it originated here in Missouri. When we got back to our hotel which had a balcony I kept hearing voices outside. I would go out but couldn't see anyone. Finally Jonathan went out ...
... June 27, 2012
and Time Management
Curriculum: Letterland/Animal Crackers/ Bob Books
of current classes Prep
current teachers to summer program teachers
... other places. Having ordered way too much ice cream we opted to skip real dinner and drive around the city for a little. I ended up taking a short custard nap and when I awoke we were at Union Station. Its now a mall filled with large chain restaurants such as Hard Rock café, a Marriot, and various other boutiques, but it was once the worlds largest and busiest train station until it was converted in 1980. With most of the stores in the ...