Visiting Lexington, MO and Fort Osage October 25th 2011 At the Battle of Lexington State Historic Site the guns have long been silent, but the remnants of those violent memories will likely echo for generations. There is one hundred acres of gardens and orchards to walk through and explore. Look carefully and you can still see the trenches where soldiers fought and died so many years ago. Also on the site is the Anderson House which was at the center o ... read more
North America » United States » Missouri Britain's American colonies broke with the mother country in 1776 and were recognized as the new nation of the United States of America following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. During the 19th and 20th centuries, 37 new states were added to the origina... ... read more
I like things to be simple. I’m not into fancy hotels or dining at expensive restaurants. I’d be much happier pitching a tent and cooking burgers over an open fire than doing those things. Being outdoors is a way to find contentment that cannot be found in the hustle of our daily lives. When planning road trips, I look for places that look like they will bring some form of peace and bring me closer to a center.
Travel brings tremendous challenges because I have to deal with G. A. D. (General Anxiety Disorder). It can take simple things, such as driving, and make them near impossible to ... full info