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... Also part of my route 'planning' was the knowledge that extreme weather was forecast for an exaggerated hourglass shape with its bottom lobe across southern Kansas and its top lobe across southern Nebraska. There was a thin line across northern Kansas that was 'safe' and that was what I was headed for. I drove on many a wet highway, and at one point about
a 10 minute stretch with mounds of hail on the shoulders........timing is everything!!
... and discovered that Danny, his wife, there small child, there new born and their big Lab-mutt dog were trying to get to somewhere near Selina, just where we were headed.
Just to be safe, I suggested that they drive slow ahead of us and we would follow to the next exit because, as the jack went down and our little emergency spare took the load, it was clear our spare was very low on air. Besides that, once ...
After watching Emily and Calie pass through TSA Security, I jumped in my SUV and started my journey East...However, I neeedd some energy and comfort food so I stopped at an airport Dunkin Donuts for an Apple Fritter and Ice Coffee...I had already made the decision not to take advantage of ...
... the same, but are spelled differently, and mean different things. I think these words are homophones.
We started our travel out early this morning. It was so early my wife never got out of her night gown for an hour or so after we hit the road. This is motor home living. You can do things in your travel that you could not do otherwise. I have not seen my wife in makeup since we left home and the old girl is still looking pretty ...
... hundreds of them that had red flashing lights and they all flashed at the same time. It looked pretty weird to see them. We stopped around 10pm at a La Quinta inn at Salina, Kansas and got a room for the night. We all got some much needed showers, tried to find enough plugs to charge all of our electronics, and headed to bed.
Packing up the camping gear for the last time
Hiking at Lily Lake
Seeing the wind turbines at ...