Weston Bend State Park
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The gentleman that collected money and got us all squared away was great. Nice bathrooms and showers. Had laundry facilities. Would have given it 5 stars, but the bugs were crazy bad. No ones fault, but still.
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After Des Moines we wanted to get a little closer to Leavenworth so in the morning we could get up and go. I had found a free campsite at the Pony Express Conservation Area, so we drove out to see it. Unfortunately, it was out in the middle of nowhere. They grounds looked great and it was right on a lake, however because it was so far out, and …
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"In seeming sameness"
"Hours of Stillness"
"and yet all is motion around me"
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Titled ' life on the road from nobody'
Sure why not?
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