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... 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
We left the great sand dunes and drove through Colorado into Kansas where we spent the night at another walmart. The next morning, we got up and drove to Abilene, ks, the home of the Eisenhower museum and library. We toured his boyhood home, which was way smaller than Jefferson's which we saw last year. Then we checked out the grounds and the museum. Finally, we made the push to St. Louis where we stayed at a ...
... After we finished viewing the Land of Oz we headed back from where we just came from, or at least the last 30 miles of it.
By the way no rain on the return trip back to Ft. Riley. We stopped here to see Deacon Ken's stomping ground. He suggested that we stop and see the Calvary Museum and the 1st Infantry Museum as well as the Custer House. Well because of budget cuts the first two are now closed on ...
... Mary's Catholic Church up on a hill where James Kelly and Catherine Doyle were married. Took a number of. photos outside the church and a couple inside during Mass. Crossed over the Mississippi at the Alton bridge and shortly thereafter crossed Missouri River the first of three times. The Missouri countryside was more picturesque then we thought it would be. In Abilene there were ...