Urban travel

The Ledge

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So, yesterday I did it!  I sat at the edge of the Ledge all the way up on the 110 story, 1,450 Willis Tower.   Formerly known as the Sears Tower, this skyscraper held the record as the tallest building in the world until the World Trade Center site was built in 2014.  There I […]

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wagon history

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I don’t know about you, but I love to tour, stay and see old mansions.  When there is a cool agricultural story to go with it, all the better! The Redstone Inn in Dubuque, Iowa is a fifteen-room inn built in 1894.  The Inn was built by Augustine Cooper of Cooper Wagon Works for his daughter Elizabeth.  […]

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Underground Railway and Wyandot

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Kansas City, Kansas has a unique history unlike anywhere else I’ve ever been. On a hosted trip at the beginning of August, I learned how the Wyandotte Indians embraced the escaped slaves considering them, “people of the earth”. Come along with me on my journey.  See what fascinating history Kansas City has to offer.  Learn […]

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Homewood Suites.

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August 1- 3, 2018 I followed the Yellow Brick Road.  If you want to be exact, I drove Highway 70 to Kansas City, Kansas for a hosted visit.  During my stay, I was at the spanking brand new Homewood Suites by Hilton Kansas City Speedway.  The property is so new that the concrete out front […]

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Eating and antiquing in Clarksville

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What’s more fun than antiquing and eating? Not much!  Keith and I combined these two awesome activities antiquing and eating while on a hosted trip in Clarksville, Tennessee. Strawberry Alley Ale Works Arriving in time for a dinner on Friday night at Strawberry Alley Ale Works we loved this brewery/dining spot.  Strawberry Alley Ale Works […]

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