10 Years Ago, Part 3: Kansas City

This is the second of a series of photographic blogs highlighting my last days in the U.S.A. and my first full year as an expat in southern Thailand.

On 2 April 2006, my dad and I spent the day exploring Kansas City, Missouri, so I could take photos that I thought I would show my friends and students in Thailand.  We started out in the historic market area north of downtown KC and made our way south to Union Station, checking out nearby Liberty Memorial (which has since become the National World War I Museum) and The Scout (statue of a Native American astride a horse) before heading through the Westport area and ending up at Country Club Plaza.  Our final stop of the day was a visit to my old high school, Shawnee Mission Northwest.

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