America's Best Inn Salina
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... to Salina, Kansas. That's about 7 hours. I took a nap. I also worked on a book of our trip. I played with things from my travel backpack-my sticker book, read a book by Bill Cosby. And I ate some snacks. Eden and I played tic-tac-toe. Once we got here I helped Daddy again with the back rack and we all worked together to set up camp. The kids went exploring. We found ...
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 ...
Up early, showers, breakfast at the motel, and leaving Denver, heading to Salina, Kansas (our destination for tonight) by around 10. What a different day of driving across hwy 70. Flat, green, not much to take pictures of. We did see some wind turbines around Bovina. We also had to call OnStar because we are having trouble using the internet in the car. ...
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 ...
Last full day in New Orleans......the girls drove out of the city to the plantations along the river about an hour away. We did two tours and both were so informative about the beginnings and paths that slavery took. The Creole people set up these plantations all along the banks of the Mississippi and once their plantations grew they needed staff to work them. Most farmed sugar cane, pecans and fruit but ...