Best Western Butterfield Inn
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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 ...
I forgot to mention in yesterday's post that we had our first equipment failure! Actually, the malfunction started way back at the Grand Canyon. However, being the reckless wanderers that we are, we simply ignored it through three states.
Don't worry, Roxy is fine. The terrible equipment failure that I speak of is that MY SANDALS CAME APART! Yes, I blew out my flip flop. (No, there wasn't a pop top involved.) Anyway, to make sure you get the ...
... an Alabama or LSU fan. From there we headed to Lawrence, KS to grab some homemade ice cream from Iwig dairy farm and then grabbed a late lunch at the Blue Moose Grill and Bar. After that we headed towards Hays, KS where we stopped by the local sports bar and then set up camp in Ellis, KS by a little creek. Overall driving through Kansas was the most beautiful and enjoyable ride we have had so far. ...
... com - found us places to boondock.
Allstays - RV app for campgrounds and overnight parking.
Redbox movies, Rummikub and Yahtzee
Canadian National Park Pass - convenient and saved money.
GoGo Pillow - plush pillow that holds an iPad - thanks to my friend Lorraine for introducing us to these - we love ours! (google GoGo Pillow)
... mile. We've reached the Wild West with big open spaces and never ending dead straight roads. It's kind of exciting to be out here and it really does look like you are driving into an old western movie. Not sure our minivan quite fits in but hey it's done us proud so far. Tomorrow it's on to the red rock regions of Colorado. I'm sure we will continue to be impressed by the diversity of scenery we come across. So it's onward and upward to the American Rocky Mountains. Bec ...