Baymont Inn & Suites Hays
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... the longest mass we've been too. Paul looked at Elizabeth and said, " We may have to skip Denver because this mass is so long." It was nice though. I like taking them to different churches so they are comfortable someday going wherever they are if they want to go to church and see that the masses are the same anywhere in the world. It feels a little like home. Then we hit the road again for a long haul today. We wanted to knock out a bunch of hours off of the 12 from St. Louis to ...
... towns. It was nice to take it a bit slower for a couple hours and enjoy the ride. George was a bit disappointed that there was no place for him to get out of the car but he liked the ride - especially when we opened the sunroof.
You don't know how excited we were when we finally saw a small herd of antelope out in the field! Now, we just need to see some buffalo and the trio will be complete!!
U.S. 24 meets I-70 in the town of ...
... at the front and so he proceeded to rant to a few "Yankees" who looked terrified and I'm pretty sure were thinkin "crazy redneck" to my slight embarrassment. Then we went to the Liberty Memorial/ National WWI museum. It was an incredibly informative and amazing. Volunteer veterans worked there and told us lots of amazing stories along with ragging on Tennessee because we can't go anywhere without ...
... br> Walmart and Cracker Barrel (in US) allowed us to park overnight.
Wifi booster accessed wifi from nearby McDonalds, Tim Horton's, Canadian Walmarts and public libraries.
Cell phone booster for phone calls and 3G data (internet and emails) boosted a weak Verizon signal.
A one-micron water filter allowed us to make our own drinking water.
... goldfish grown according to the size of their environment. Everyone here could do with missing a meal or two, but here they can have five more, every variety and all lavishly laid out, coated in sugar and thickly cut. They even had a (large) turn style to let people in. So we paid up and went to get our fill. We didnt stay long before moving south and onto St Louis, Missouri. By this time we had lost ...