At least it was a good brand.
The sales were mostly families, and they had baby clothes, baby things, and dining room sets. The generals' housing area hardly had any sales. So, we drove around the fort grounds.
Here's a tiny bit of history and some pics.
In 1827 Colonel Henry Leavenworth established the Fort on the banks of the Missouri River to protect the wagon trains headed west along the Santa Fe Trail, and later, the Oregon Trail, and to help maintain peace with the Indians.
The generals' houses sit looking out on the Missouri.
In front of this building were cannons that were lined up and pointed toward the river. They are now mounted in cement, but had wheels as shown in this depiction.
My favorite thing on the fort was the Buffalo Soldier Statue.
Buffalo soldiers originally were members of the U.S. 10 th Cavalry Regiment of the US Army, formed in 1866 at Fort Leavenworth.
The nickname was given to the "Negro Cavalry " by the Indian tribes they fought.
The statue is so detailed!
Well, no big treasures, but I had a good time, and loved the photos!