Americas Best Value Inn Garden City
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... reason we were a little late was that John wiped off a little of the dust we accumulated on Muf after the rain stopped yesterday. Mufasa was damp from morning dew, which helped to make a small clean up a little easier.
Driving through Wichita, we were struck by how very light the traffic was for a Friday morning. It looked like a holiday weekend would look in Nashville. Don't know if they come to work early or if more of the business offices are out ...
... that we were lucky enough to stay in a hotel tonight and the manager greeted us with cold oranges, ice water, and a pool. Then for dinner it was all you can eat golden corral. Now I'm laying in a comfy hotel bed and I get to wake up to a continental breakfast. One could say that we were spoiled ...
Today was the fastest day ever. We only had 53 miles! Wahoo! And it went by in a breeze. First, we hit the 2,000 mile mark (see pictures). About 3 miles in we had to pull over because I had to pee (we tend to do this just off the side of the road, the other riders create a wall). Next, we took a picture with the Dodge City cowboys. Then we just cruised. I rode with Kim, Alicia, Alycia, Katie and Jacob. I had chit chat time with each of that, which I loved. We got ...
Today was a cake walk in comparison to the past many days on the bike. The 53 mile jaunt into Garden City started out early this morning. I was accompanied by Tyler, Lorraine and Lauren. We cruised through the numerous cow pastures, wheat fields, and foul smells and found ourselves at our host for the night-the YMCA before noon! I think this is our ...
... always we were so hungry....Then back to the motel got some post cards done, phone calls and it was time to think about dessert....so off to DQ only to find it was closed so the next place was McDonalds for a Mc Flurry.....Our day was complete and we were tired.....
So 5 1/2 hours of riding 51 miles.....Thanks for your support and listen to Michael/PR guy in Seattle on the HTTP://WWW.LIFEMASTERYRADIO.NET tomorrow around 10:30am.