While it may be one of the most famous statues in Kansas City, I found it awfully hard to get to The Scout partially hidden by a large tree at the end of a closed road in a run-down part of Penn Valley Park.  But once I tracked the award-winning, ten foot tall statue down, […]

The ferry ride back from Toronto Island delivered some of the most beautiful views of the City imaginable.  While these photos aren’t dramatically different, there is enough unique to each photo that I had a hard time picking just one to share. What do you think?  Do you have a favorite below? Toronto City View […]

Sitting right on Lake Ontario, there are lots of boats to be seen in Toronto.  Here are some of my favorite shots from my 48 hours in this beautiful city. What do you think?  Do you have a favorite below? The Boats of Toronto Photo #1.  A sailboat in Lake Ontario. The Boats of Toronto […]

So far, Toronto is simply lovely.  It feels a bit like Europe, but without the Trans-Atlantic flight, language differences, or jet lag.  It feels a little comfortable, but is enough unique and different from Somewhere-Here-in-the-Middle-of-the-USA to feel more exotic than a trip to another US city. I had a little time to walk along Lake […]

Liberty Memorial, a tribute to the fallen solidiers of World War I, is currently under renovation.  So instead of showing you the tower in it’s current state, here is a view of Union Station with Kansas City behind it from the base of Liberty Memorial. You Might Also Enjoy: Project 52, Week 10:  Looking Up […]