Julie Kendall/Cafe Blackadder
I've heard or read somewhere that this building was the busiest Mule exchange during World War I, and that is why Missouri is famous for it's mules and why the university here uses the Mule as it's mascot.
We found a cozy little out of the way pub to have some burgers. There was even a real fireplace going in the bar.
East Pine Stone House
I inherited the family car, that was a lot like this one. I drove it until 1989. This one is a Ford Torino Elite. I drove a 1974 Ford Gran Torino. It was an underpowered gas hog. I called it the Torinosaurus Wreck. This car was parked out in front of Cafe Blackadder and seems to be in good shape for its age. Julie Kendall that this car was da' bomb. I just thought it was a bomb.
On the way back into the city, we stopped off at Benetti's Coffee Experience in Raytown.
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