Today we drove home from Colorado. We drove all ten and half hours. Of course we had to take numerous stops for gas and stretch our legs. For the most part things went well. Until we dropped off grandma and grandpa. We stopped at there house and had pizza for dinner before making the last hour and half to our house.
Homecoming, a celebration that has drawn descendants of the town’s post-Civil War founders for generations, moves online due to coronavirus. — Read on www.wsj.com/articles/nicodemus-a-kansas-town-that-made-black-history-copes-with-2020-11595928600
This tiny abandoned castle in the middle of Kansas prairie has historic value, even without any famous residents. Let’s take a hike, shall we? —…
Greg Hoots The year was 1931. The Great Depression had changed the face of America. Hardworking folks who had never experienced unemployment, hunger, homelessness, and…
Our visit to the St. Louis zoo. We ate dinner at Imo’s. At least we had it delivered. Continue reading →