Far West, Kansas City

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Far West, Missouri, was a Latter Day Saint (Mormon) settlement in Caldwell County, Missouri. Today it is a historic site.


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  • Picked this spot to watch the eclipse. Plenty of parking. Clean rest-rooms. Lots of well groomed lawn. Turned out to be a great spot. Enjoyed the eclipse with a nice group of people I had never met before. Always an interesting spot to visit.

  • One of the most peaceful places I've ever been.

  • Such a spiritual and amazing place. Quiet. I suggest going at dusk and watch the sunset.

  • LDS history. Very important place to go for each member. You will appreciate better de D&C and the modern revelations.

  • Surrounded by trees, it is a quiet fenced off grove. Not much to see, but still a very quite contemplative space, In a footprint about 2/3 the size of the Kirtland temple.

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