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Welcome to Kansas! I think this is my 16th stop so far, and will be brief one on the way to Denver tomorrow! With a nine-hour drive ahead of us, Zach and I woke up early in Houston and packed up our stuff. Our stay with my high school classmate, Tacy, and her boyfriend, Dom, was amazing and they made it very difficult to want to leave. To top it all off, we headed to Minute Maid Park and Dom treated us to a couple of ...
... of all the parks we have been in on this trip so far. It is almost full (we got the next to last site) of workers who are here for various jobs. It is fine, but a working camp RV park just doesn't have the same feel as a park that is mainly for those of us who are passing through. John is out (again!!) washing Muf's face...and oh, yes...the temperature when we pulled in here was (Ta Da!!) 98 degrees! Yikes!
We drove 195 miles ...
Once again, Larry writes today.
Today we headed north to Wichita, KS. In contrast to the park in Thackerville, OK, the one in Wichita was pretty new. Lots of concrete, not much in the way of trees. It sorta felt like we were camping on an airport runway. Good laundry, showers, and restrooms. (Hey, those things are important!)
... well, we do the same thing looking for messages from you...perhaps just like travelers in the West many years ago looked at designated places as they traveled for word from back home! After that we got busy with our morning routine, pulling out of camp at 8:10 with a temperature of 58 degrees, low humidity and high thin clouds. US 60, the road we traveled yesterday and were on today, is a fantastic road. We would LOVE to have this quality of road ...
Good ride into Wichita today. Hammered out the 90 miles with my buddies roof and Brently. We stayed in the Wichita State University dorms. I got to experience my first Chick Fill A today. Have to say I approve. For our dinner we were feed by a local group that participates in iCan Bike. This is a program where an engineer created bikes where the back tire is inerchangable with rollers and over the course of five days kids with disabilities can progress to riding normal bikes. ...