Gorgeous! I can't wait for my tulips to come up!
Hi Terri, I just saw your comment at the Back Porch. This is gorgeous. I think we might stop on our way to the lake. Hope they are still this beautiful by then. We want to finish up the powder room before we leave and that might be a couple of days. The mansion looks beautiful! Last time we saw it, the scaffolding was still up.
I don't think I've ever been to Jeff in the spring. Those tulips at the Mansion are wonderful--you took great photos. My husband's grandparents had a home ( in the 30s I think) right up the street from the capitol. I think maybe it was on Jefferson. We attended the Governor's Ball a few years back, when a local friend was elected to the H of R, and while there we tried to locate the house--we didn't have an address--just what my husband thought he remembered it looking like when he was little. No luck. BUT we did find the Schafer House (SP?)--that was fun to visit! They usually have a booth at the Jr. League Holiday Mart here in KC ever October. OK, I'll stop rambling!!!Thanks for the beautiful photos! Dana
Wow! You captured some great shots! Gorgeous.Hugs!Kat
Lovely, Terri! Makes me yearn for the tulip festival!
That's some camera! Love the tulips against the backdrop of the governor's mansion. Just beautiful.
This is just gorgeous! Is this where the governor actually lives still?
What vibrant photos Terri. Just beautiful.
Happy Outdoor WednesdaySorry I haven't been around as much ;lately..... I haven't felt good. Thanks for sharing your photos.~ Susan
Terri, this is so gorgeous. I love the tulips.Sent you an email. Barb
Terri,The tulips are wonderful I just can't wait until we see some. I bet that was an amazing sight! We got up to 70 degrees today and green things are starting to come up! yahoo! I'm so happy, Cindy
Oh how glorious! I love the brick.
I could go for some lasagna from Madison's.I'm coming to JC tomorrow... may have to stop there for lunch.
Beautiful!! Do you know, does Nixon really live there? Rumors were Mattie didn't when he was elected. Not sure if that's true or not. Supposedly, he and his wife thought it was more of a museum than a home. (Govt gossip for ya!)
Very cool header!The tulips are awesome...We had to postpone our book club last evening. Hopefully we will chat about the book sometime over the weekend.
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