for your best viewing
of this site I suggest the following:
on you computer, if
you have not done so...please do so now.
Viewing with more that two people at time...
will result in the viewers in the back
row not being able to see anything.
As with all Snoopy Travel sites...you will find
Snoopy hiding in some of the photos. Just one of
those things that I do for no reason, other
that I find it fun to do so.
Best sure to LOOK for
Snoopy...He is hiding in
some of the photos :-)
Missouri - Kansas - Colorado
September 2nd through 10th, 2000
You Come To A Fork In The Road - Take It."
~ Yogi Berra ~
during Snoopys' first day...a record setting day
of 110 degrees just south of Kansas City. This proved to be the norm
the rest of the day.
Here Snoopy stop and takes a photo of a *brown* corn field.
It seems that everyone takes photo of green fields
so we thought it would be a nice change to show a field that was not green!
I thought it would be interesting
to pull off the main highways and interstates
from time to time.
This barn in Missouri might have seen it's better
days...still offers more beauty than one sees
just driving along the Interstate.
Personally I think it looks better and has more *class* than
the fast food and c-stores along the Interstate highways.
Want GREAT Bar-B-Que?
4 1/2 miles south of Garden City, Missouri on
west side of highway 71. You will find T.J.'s Bar-B-Que.
T.J's offers a bit of everything...I had the *burned ends* and baked
beans. Some of the best bar-q-que that you will find anywhere!
On the wall they list their specials...I noted a sign listing new
hours. Passed on ordering the new hours, since I can handle only one
hour at a time. And, every hour that I have had was a new one.
You might want to give the new hour a try, that is if you can handle
two hours at the same time.
Welcome to Kansas the Sunflower State
What does *AAA Approve*, signs,
pools, TVs, phones or cabins?
I Told Snoopy, I had no idea other than
I was sure is was not sign painters.
Who *approves* AAA is the real
question I said to Snoopy.
a great puppy to travel
with...who else would find a Dutch
Windmill in Kansas. Most dogs would
turn up a bird or rabbit.
1879 Jim Chadwick and Abe Ralvon, Wamego stonemasons
of English descent. Erected the stone tower of the windmill from a soft,
yellowish limestone quarried near the site of the near the original site of
the windmill. The stone tower was 40 feet high, 25 at the base.
Jim Chadwick used native white limestone for the trim and for the
sculptured bust of Ceres, goodness of grain. Pictured above.
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said "no way" was he
going into a flea market.
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