Best Western Angus Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and conversations with about 10 working residents of the town. Some worked the oilfields, others ranched, one was UPS. Lots of fun while we waited out a fast-appearing thunderstorm. Learned a lot about the working life of Ness from these self -described "lifers". One factoid is that the landowner of a well site gets 12% of the well production for use of the land.No one locally is objecting to the oilfields here by their report. Left the beer, barbecue and ...
... of that era and has been lovingly restored. On down the road the ride was pleasant, absorbing the loneliness of this area while appreciating the agricultural work that is everywhere. Arriving in La Crosse I sought out the " barbed wire museum" and found the more than 2500 individual wire types amazing ....a product that transformed the western US in the late 19th ...
We woke up to a lovely sunrise over the lake this morning! We truly are blessed and appreciative of the time that we have to take the trips and see everything that we do. This is our 6th summer of awesome stuff and we are looking forward to many more! We started our day by driving southwest to Fort Larned NHS. Fort Larned is the best preserved military post on the Santa Fe Trail. Despite the fact that it was ...
Our moods are still pleasant after 4 nights. Ok really I got mad cause somebody used the iPad and erased all my bookmarks....then the next day they miraculously appeared again....had to apologize.
I also got mad at Verizon cause we are on our 2nd day of the billing cycle and were reported to use 50%25 of our data already.....yep, had to calm down on that one too. Rylynn was using Jango for live music streaming and I was constantly using the iPad for maps and places to ...
At the suggestion on a blog that I read of another RVer we decided to drive through Kansas, which we hadn't been through before, and stop at Fort Larned. It is a well-preserved fort that was occupied during the Civil War but the troops sent there were never engaged in the war because they were too far west.