Baymont Inn & Suites Salina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Day 2 by Owen Our day started out with a yummy breakfast. We had eggs, bacon and fruit and muffins. Addison made the muffins. They were delicious! We had to pack up camp. We rode our bikes while Mommy and Daddy were cleaning up. Then I helped Daddy put the bikes on the bike rack. All the kids packed up our camping chairs. Then we started to drive. We drove from St. ...
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To be honest its Kansas at the moment which has meant hot hot hot days. Past couple of days we have been blesssed with amazing (or kicking to use the Americans preferred term) tail wind. Combined with shorter cycle days of mid 60 miles this has been lovely.
So today we blasted along, stopped at Dairy Queen for milkshake at 9.15. Could not miss it. ...
Gavin and I began our travels on June 21st, with our first stop in Keller, TX to visit my dear friend, Diane Harter. Just an overnight stop, but we were able to get quite a bit of conversation in, in one night! Drove 7 hours today and we are stopped in Salina, KS at a very comfortable Marriott Courtyard. We listened to an audio book, No Hero, The Evolution of a Navy Seal by Mark Owen. It is an account of Mark's 13 years as a Navy Seal. He was on the mission ...
... 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 ...
... ourselves, self-control got the best of us and we were up at 5:30 am, heading out of the Elsey's driveway towards Kansas at 6.
The road from Missouri into central Kansas isn't near as horrible and boring as I'd heard it was. Flat and nothing but corn, wheat and sunflowers is the prevailing rant about the scenery of Kansas. Being from west Texas, I can get an appreciation of odd, stark beauty. I've always loved looking out and seeing crops blowing in the wind, slapping over each ...