Travel Blogs from Kansas, United States

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Gammeltag, Goodland, United States travel blog


A travel blog entry by muekay.faraway


... an zu regnen. Und zwar heftig. Deswegen erklärten wir den Tag zum Gammeltag in Rob und schwommen bergab Richtung Kansas. Zwischen Staaten- und Zeitgrenze fanden wir gegen Abend noch einen Laundromaten und konnten verhindern, dass einer von uns unten ...

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In the "Knick" of Time

A travel blog entry by fefefliesfree

On the day I was supposed to leave on the single most exciting trip of my life up until that point, I was running late as always. I had barely managed to pack all of my bags in time. (Yes, oh yes. I was the dreaded "overpacker" on top of the ...

Kansas City, Kansas City, United States travel blog

Kansas City

A travel blog entry by sian311


... the making of the frame to the guards and tanks, to the paint and through to the final assembly.  While in Kansas we also visited the Hallmark visitors centre where we learned about the impressive history of Hallmark cards and the creative processes ...

Travel Day to Mexico, Kansas City, United States travel blog

Travel Day to Mexico

A travel blog entry by bankstam


415am departure on the road 900 departure for ...

HOME!, Lawrence, United States travel blog


A travel blog entry by lawlor

We made it! Back home around 1:45 am. That was a long day! Driving all the way from Toledo, Ohio with minimal stops. What a wonderful trip we had. Hope you enjoyed our travel ...

Night Two, Salina, United States travel blog

Night Two

A travel blog entry by matthewtatum79


... and found a stop over for a the morning going to keep moving towards Denver and into the Rockies. Breezed through St. Louis, Kansas City, and Topeka for day two. We saw a bunch of flat country and got into some of the straightest roads I've ever ...

Battles and Cedars, Stones River Battlefield and Cedars of Lebanon State Park, United States travel blog

Battles and Cedars

A travel blog entry by burtonll

Stones River National Battlefield. Cedars of Lebanon State Park. Stones River National Battlefield on Old Nashville Highway is a 350-acre national park; it was the site of a crucial battle involving more than 80,000 soldiers. Living history ...

Lunch in KC, Kansas City, United States travel blog

Lunch in KC

A travel blog entry by dirtypr

I really wanted to stop in KC for some reason...the place we ate was pretty cool. I remember getting some coffee before we left, i think that was the first full cup of coffee i ever ...

The many uses for Fort Scott in Kansas, Fort Scott, United States travel blog

The many uses for Fort Scott in Kansas

A travel blog entry by mcgovern


... war.  Right before the Civil War, Kansas was having a little bit of a problem because all of the confederate states wanted Kansas to become a confederate state, but the Union states wanted Kansas to be a union state.   Kansas decided to become ...

Technie Vans, Kansas, United States travel blog

Technie Vans

A travel blog entry by dueduedue


Each van has a computer in it along with a radio to call in storms and other weather sightings.  We would head into Eastern Kansas. On some day you will drive for 750 miles, but I guarantee you it's awesome. We didn't see much that, but we saw some ...

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