Travel Blogs from Kansas, United States

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Hold the Fort!, Pt Defiance Park, United States travel blog

Hold the Fort!

A travel blog entry by burtonll

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Teens like to sleep late. Hey, I remember being a teen. "Do you want to get up for breakfast?" I prodded my sleeping teen and reminded him that breakfast was part of our package plan. "You go ahead," he mumbled. It was nice, served in the main dining ...

18 more days til , Anthony, United States travel blog

18 more days til

A travel blog entry by wichitap2p

Greetings future travelers!  This entry is just a trial run for you and your families to become familiar with our blog.  While we are on our trip, one or two students will be asked to write about our day.  These entries will be posted to ...

Day 8 or is it 9?, Somewhere in Zimbabwe, United States travel blog

Day 8 or is it 9?

A travel blog entry by shaleann

THURSDAY December 16 WOW! What a drive!  This is a beautiful Country!  I'm sitting on Debbie's Lake Kariba island watching the sun rise, listening to the hippos snort.  Word has it that four people have been eaten by a croc this month (to ...

Day 10 I think?, Somewhere in Zimbabwe, United States travel blog

Day 10 I think?

A travel blog entry by shaleann

FRIDAY December 17 Ten Bull Elephants!  Remind me to tell you the story!  I do have some frightfully up close and personal photos to post when I can!  We got the boat, took a swim at the marina's pool and watched hippos and crocs from the ...

Chicken, gasoline, and a tornado, Hays, United States travel blog

Chicken, gasoline, and a tornado

A travel blog entry by macrosse1

Stopped to get gas and bought chicken. It's like KFC but with a gas station. Anyways, I stayed in Hays for the night and the next day headed to Denver. While I was on my way there I stopped to get gas about a hour out of Denver and the lady told me I ...

Waiting..., Wichita, United States travel blog

Waiting...

A travel blog entry by doogle

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So, here we sit with suitcases about packed, details about taken care of and time on our hands! Well, maybe that sounds a bit comfortable, but we're in pretty good shape. the rest of the Brunk clan is in Hesston and is also getting ready. We'll ...

Kansas City here we come!, Lawrence, United States travel blog

Kansas City here we come!

A travel blog entry by alvrez

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... wouldn't accept it. So we had to dig around for another 1 cent USA coin!!! We ended up staying in a KOA in Lawrence, Kansas. The kids were disappointed that the pool had been drained for the year, but they enjoyed playing at the little playground, and ...

I love Sunsets!, Tribune, United States travel blog

I love Sunsets!

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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... stars.  You can check it out for yourself at www.prairieflowerquilts.com .  In June this shop was featured on Kansas Profile, a radio show broadcast across Kansas. and the following week was featured as the winner of the Moda's Bake Shop ...

Latin Festival washed out in Manhattan, Manhattan, United States travel blog

Latin Festival washed out in Manhattan

A travel blog entry by jbadventure

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We had planned to see a Latin Festival at South Street Port and walk the Brooklyn Bridge. By the time we arrived in Manhattan, it started to rain quite heavily. Instead we decided to walk around the city. We went down 42nd Street passing The New York ...

The world isn't flat, Topeka, United States travel blog

The world isn't flat

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... of the largest newspaper collections in the nation. Potwin Place, begun in 1869, is a community of stately homes and circular parks with walking and driving tours. Topeka, Kansas Population 122,103 Elevation 951 Central and Mountain time ...

Just keep pedaling..., Garden City, United States travel blog

Just keep pedaling...

A travel blog entry by smcollins

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... smell via the internet you better believe I'd give each and every one of you the chance of a lifetime to smell genuine Kansas feedlot in your face. I couldn't bring myself to have beef at dinner tonight because the feedlot smell was still stuck in ...

Hanging with Sharks, Pt Defiance Park, United States travel blog

Hanging with Sharks

A travel blog entry by burtonll

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Sit down boys, is anybody getting tired yet? I know! Let's go to the aquarium next. Bound to be cool and shady in there.   We love the eerie underwater world, and who isn't fascinated by sharks? The special seahorse display is incredibly ...

Rehearsing for the trip, Overland Park, United States travel blog

Rehearsing for the trip

A travel blog entry by macfive

It is May 20 and there is still much work to do on our music. The students have been organizing sectional rehearsals on their own to learn the music. School is winding down for the year so it will allow us more time to ...

Goodbye again!, Kansas City, United States travel blog

Goodbye again!

A travel blog entry by amybing

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... family in the world. Anyway, everyone at KU had final projects and stuff and it was Margot's birthday so I decided to stay in Kansas City! Jason bought a house so I checked that out. No furniture but many stolen items from my house (ex. My towles, ...

Glacier, Saint Mary's, United States travel blog

Glacier

A travel blog entry by c4corey

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Soon after saying good-bye to my sweetie I landed in Bozeman, Montana with my great buddies Eric and Craig there to pick me. After getting the gran tour of Bozeman and Mt. Ellis Academy and spending a night in Principal Wilkin´s basement we set out for ...

Mt Rushmore  & Minnesota Mud Fest  Adventures, Mt Rushmore, United States travel blog

Mt Rushmore & Minnesota Mud Fest Adventures

A travel blog entry by steeles-rvtrip

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... , South Dakota.    Mount Rushmore features 60-foot (18 m) sculptures of the heads of former United States presidents,  George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. Twice we went to the monument ...

Only 24 more days!, Anthony, United States travel blog

Only 24 more days!

A travel blog entry by wichitap2p

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I hope you all are as excited as I am about our upcoming Bon Voyage party (June 7) and our trip!!!  This is basically a "practice run" for you and your family to get familiar with our Travelpod.  I uploaded the only two pictures I have taken ...

Where in the Hays are we?, Hays, United States travel blog

Where in the Hays are we?

A travel blog entry by hannahmont

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... to about one person's front yard. Update 2: The cheapest gas we've seen has been $1.89 per gallon in, you guessed it, Kansas.  The most expensive gas?  $2.39 in Santa Barbara. Update 3: Hannah says that parts of Kansas remind her of ...

Back to the roots, Lawrence, United States travel blog

Back to the roots

A travel blog entry by amybing

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My eyes are kinda fuzzy when I get off the plane and it's hard to tell if I'm really awake or just asleep in a vivid dream. Jason is waiting for me past the gate. Hugs!Hugs!Hugs! Man, it feel good to see a familiar face again. You know of someone who ...

The Eastward journey begins, Salina, United States travel blog

The Eastward journey begins

A travel blog entry by grofffam5

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... nbsp; After that we were ready to head out.  We left the beautiful Rockies and headed into the flatlands of eastern Colorado and Kansas.  It was kind of depressing heading east as it means our trip is coming close to an end, but at the same ...

Donice James's Class following us to Antarctica, Topeka, United States travel blog

Donice James's Class following us to Antarctica

A travel blog entry by wanlessmd

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We are so happy to have a 4th-5th grade class at Clifton-Clyde Middle School, Clifton, KS,  following our trip to Antarctica!!!  They have sent us questions to answer about our trip as they study Antarctica in their class.  Thanks to: ...

Day 3:  St. Louis, MO to Manhattan, KS, Manhattan, United States travel blog

Day 3: St. Louis, MO to Manhattan, KS

A travel blog entry by allobr

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Day 3: States covered: Missouri, Kansas Mileage covered: 420 miles Weather: Sunny and beautiful Abby Meltdowns: 2 minor (one when dad just had to stop at Nostalgia Ville during nap time) HIghlights: Going up St. Louis Arch, Dred Scott Exhibit, ...

Kansas City, Kansas City, United States travel blog

Kansas City

A travel blog entry by crumpyj

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... ; We were treated to a Baseball game and dinner/drinks in the stadium club and loved wondering around the stunning Plaza (Kansas City is Seville's sister city) and downtown KC. The weather wasn't kind but it didn't matter - we had a ...

Russell, Kansas, Russell, United States travel blog

Russell, Kansas

A travel blog entry by lisapwin

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Leaving Manhattan, Change in Direction, Manhattan, United States travel blog

Leaving Manhattan, Change in Direction

A travel blog entry by obimomm

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News from Debbie: We left Manhattan this morning and drove through the Flint Hills.  These hills are the largest remnants of tallgrass prairie on the continent.  If these grasses are uncut or ungrazed, they can grow to 8 feet high.  The ...

Day 1 - Goodbyes and Airplanes, Leawood, United States travel blog

Day 1 - Goodbyes and Airplanes

A travel blog entry by kevinbridges

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... We surfed the internet, checking some info on London, Brussels, and Paris (weather, news, etc...) The first leg of our flight was Kansas City to Cleveland, and it's departure time was 3:00 pm central time. This flight left on time and was very uneventful, ...

Line dancing and Barbeque, Kansas City, United States travel blog

Line dancing and Barbeque

A travel blog entry by kiaramichelle

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Arriving into Kansas City a bit after 10pm we found a cab and went straight to the hotel for some well earned sleep. Up bright and early we had a very jam packed day planned. We walked into down into the Power and Light district, then we got caught in the ...

Denali Park, Denali National Park, United States travel blog

Denali Park

A travel blog entry by il_chambero

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I left Anchorage with the intention of driving to Cantwell and starting the Denali Highway the following day, however what I found out was that the Denali Highway has some specifics that you *need* to know before setting out. It's a dirt highway that ...

Fields of grain, Salina, United States travel blog

Fields of grain

A travel blog entry by sheflysx

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... 54 degrees in Denver when we got on the road. This was a day for traveling. There is not much to see on I-70 through Colorado and Kansas, so we drove all the way to Salina. And we were told…it is NOT Salina (saleena), it is  Sal EYE ...

Sarita Welcomes Baby Kai, Seattle,, United States travel blog

Sarita Welcomes Baby Kai

A travel blog entry by wildwoman

Hello beautiful friends, I am writing to let you all know that on May 22nd, at 6:47 pm, Sheryl and Alex welcomed their son Kai into the world, weighing 4.6 lbs! Kai was born unexpectedly by emergency c-section following an ultrasound which showed ...

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