Best Western Holiday Manor
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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. ...
... such silly millings. Cooing over fluffy kittens and other such nonsense aside, they really did go play BINGO. No joke, just ask them! We managed to make our way past the downpour in Springfield, Missouri onto Swedeborg so we could visit my wife's brother's
cabin. Dane and Paula were waiting for us as we pulled up through their yawning
haymeadow and saw their hand-built cabin. It's run electrically by generator
and while being a bit muggy outside, inside it was 10+ ...
... the 7th...hugs for our BC friends and then off with a loaded car Northbound into Mississippi which is so lush with a million shades of green. Trees are gigantic forming canopies over the roads...So pretty and springlike.
Into Arkansas with rolling hills, heavily forested and picturesque. Stayed in a town called Russellville on the edge of Lake Dardanelle. A lovely clean city with great amenities ...
... flat lands like the western half.
Also, did you know that there really is a 'Dorothy's House,' complete with a yellow brick road and all of the characters??? There is! It's in Liberal, Kansas, in the south western corner, just above Oklahoma. (Junctions 83 and 54 if you are interested) We didn't take that route, but you can!
... br> My waiting strategy pays off and in about 20 minutes the rain abruptly stops, I go to have one last whiz, no small feat in rain gear and by the time I come back the sun is shining. So begins my day of; ride northbound in a glorious tailwind of better than 30 MPH until I would catch up to black sky or precipitation, then ride westbound in a pretty far from glorious crosswind of the same speed until I found a suitable northbound road again.