The next day we visited the Abraham Lincoln Museum (well worth the time) and the state capitol. The state capitol was recently refinished in some areas – so go see the gold leafing you bought! Mine’s in the hallway outside the senate chambers. Don’t touch. The governor’s parking spot was empty.
And that’s as political as this blog will ever get!
Except for this, this is cute. And political. Politically cute.
And we liked the Lincolns. Is that political?
This is my mom and my two girls standing in front of Charlie Parker’s – a diner destination in Springfield. You might as well! It was good food – we did not get the horseshoe, which is Springfield’s famous food (mainly because it sounded disgusting to me). But the lunch I did eat was yummy and recommended. (Yes, Guy has visited for his diner show.)