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... field maze and the boys jumped on top of the hay maze. Lot's of kittens around provided us our "cute" fix for the day.
Austin got his haircut while Cory and I went shopping for clothes and Dex wandered around other stores nearby. The boys dressed up in their new clothes and we went to Red Lobster for dinner. What a feast!
Our time together went so quickly and It was sad to say goodbye. We are so proud of those ...
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... each of unsurpassed elegance. So I always enjoy seeing this part of K.C., and, amazingly enough, it's the area where John grew up....though not In one of the chateaus.
Maņana we visit J's other sister Jane and her family. The it's on to Nebraska Monday. Thanks for sticking with this blog. I write it to think of you all....which I'm doing right now. Love,
Date 18 AUG 2013
Miles since last Entry on 26 JUN = 100.0
Miles to the Atlantic = 1150
Miles to the Pacific = 1833
Total Miles logged on this journey = 1283
Greetings from Virtual Oak Grove MO. Got some really cool pictures from the wayback machine. I'm zeroing in on the next Border Crossing in Kansas in a ...