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Take Me Out With The Crowd

Sunday, 12 Aug 2018 | Views [92]

BASEBALL KEEPS GETTING IN THE WAY.  Planning our itinerary through the Midwest, hitting all the National Park Service venues and Frank Lloyd Wright buildings should be easy but Connie has to work around Major League Baseball schedules.  It ... Read more >

Dead Presidents' Residences

Saturday, 11 Aug 2018 | Views [78]

AS DEAD PRESIDENT GO, FEW ARE MORE DEAD than James A. Garfield.  Elected in 1880 as the 20th president, Garfield’s term ended with his assassination in 1881.  He actually served only from March 4 when he was sworn in until July 2 when ... Read more >

Photos: On Eastern Time

Sunday, 5 Aug 2018 | Photo Gallery

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Pullman National Monument

Friday, 3 Aug 2018 | Views [67]

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT WOULD NOT HAVE APPROVED.  Although Pullman, Illinois is just a few miles from some of his more famous creations, the town of Pullman was at the opposite end of the architectural spectrum.  Wright designed for the wealthy ... Read more >

The Wright Stuff

Wednesday, 1 Aug 2018 | Views [68]

AFTER PAUL TURNED US ON TO TALIESEN WEST, Frank Lloyd Wright’s home/workshop in Phoenix, we were hooked.  Knowing we would be heading east, Connie bought the Frank Lloyd Wright pass that would gain us admission to Wright designed buildings ... Read more >

Two Presidents: Lincoln and Hoover

Friday, 20 Jul 2018 | Views [98]

WE’VE BEEN DRIVING THROUGH CORN AND SOYBEANS for so long I am considering buying some bib overalls and a John Deere hat.  The 3 I states aren’t all farms — this is Lincoln Land, too.  Back when Honest Abe was an unknown country ... Read more >

Photos: Three Eyes; Illinois, Indiana and Iowa

Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018 | Photo Gallery

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Dred Scott and George Washington Carver

Monday, 16 Jul 2018 | Views [90]

THE TWO MEN COULD HARDLY HAVE BEEN MORE DIFFERENT, except that Dred Scott and George Washington Carver were black and both were born into slavery.  Scott was born at the end of the 18 th Century; Carver during the Civil War.  Scott was ... Read more >

Meet Me In St. Louis

Sunday, 15 Jul 2018 | Views [95]

THE GATEWAY ARCH IS THE NEWEST NATIONAL PARK, less than 5 months old when we visited.  Granted, the Arch — along with the Cardinals — has been the symbol of St. Louis since 1965, but now it is officially a part of the National ... Read more >

Goin' To Kansas City

Sunday, 8 Jul 2018 | Views [143]

TALL GRASS PRAIRIE NATIONAL MONUMENT isn’t exactly convenient to Topeka, but at least it’s in Kansas — unlike Kauffman Stadium and Independence which are in Missouri.  Connie had a couple of nondescript prairie birds that she ... Read more >

Brown v. Board of Education NHS

Friday, 6 Jul 2018 | Views [113]

HISTORY CAN HAPPEN ANYPLACE, and involve the most unlikely heroes.  Monroe Elementary School in Topeka, Kansas, for example, wasn’t anyplace special.  It looks and smells like any other school.  But it was reserved for black students ... Read more >

Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Monday, 2 Jul 2018 | Views [116]

ACTUALLY, TOTO, THIS IS KANSAS!  Knee-high corn, golden wheatfields, anti-abortion billboards and more places selling tractors than cars.  The billboard-sized version of Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” that welcomed us to Goodland ... Read more >

Photos: Kansas and Missouri

Sunday, 1 Jul 2018 | Photo Gallery

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Rocky Mountain High

Thursday, 28 Jun 2018 | Views [99]

FOR SIX WEEKS COLORADO ONCE MORE FELT LIKE HOME.  For even though our drivers licenses and plates proclaim South Dakota, in our hearts we are Coloradans.  And after months in the desert Southwest, Colorado seemed so green, the air so clean ... Read more >

Photos: Why We Love Colorado

Tuesday, 15 May 2018 | Photo Gallery

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