BEST WESTERN PLUS Midwest Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... shop in Hayes...stopped at a the Firetender Trading Post in Russell...saw a couple of storm chaser vehicles (didn’t get a picture of the one that looked like a tank)....saw THOUSANDS of wind turbines for a 40 mile stretch east of Hayes...got into the motel in Salina around 6...went to dinner at Hickory Hut BBQ for great ribs...back to the motel to ...
A great 10-day spread with Pat and Elizabeth Elsey in the
cozy, but storm-ridden Mount Vernon. From mid-March until the day we left Texas
it rained; not just rained, but flooded. From the Elsey's living room we
watched CNN reporting on the town we left in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. A road
a few streets away from where we used to live had flooded; I-20 under the ramp
had become a muddy river and most of the lakes were flowing over. This
"weather" for lack of a ...
... by a wealthy merchant who married a well off Creole young lady who refused to live in the country until he promised to build a beautiful mansion. The lane was lined with established oak trees. These are now over 300 years old and truly magnificent . The grounds and gardens were spectacular..replicas of the slave homes have been replaced at the back of the property. The tour guides are dressed in period ...
... State University. The home was in a fairly nice neighborhood, ad was about 50 years old. It had the looks of a house owned and in lived in by a college student, of which the owner was. She wasn't staying there, but another guest was. She was a 30ish lawyer working for a political action committee out of New York City, attempting to get out the vote for some unknown candidate in Kansas.
Eisenhower Family Home:
I was up and out ...
... maintenance vehicles stopped on the highway. It is a good law, but the drivers do that for any vehicle, and usually very abruptly. So you can be booting along in the left lane when all of a sudden someone will come into your lane, no signal-no warning, and slow down to 40 MPH! That'll leave a spot on the seat! More than once I have had to veer onto the shoulder to avoid missing one of these clowns.
I think the worst thing of all is that ...