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Spent last night in Eucha, Oklahoma with Linda and Earl. Linda and I were stationed on Okinawa together. It was great to catch up.
I was not sure I would be able to leave as severe thunderstorms were predicted. Fortunately it was just low dark clouds. As I traveled north the skies began to lighten and clear.
I should make it to Charlie and Nancy's tomorrow.
Sorry, I have been in wifi free zones on thursday and friday of this week.
I traveled from West Branch, Iowa to Abilene Kansas through some seriously plain geography. I passed two national historic places. The first was near Topeka Kansas, that being the Brown vs. Board of Education museum. The second was a some sort of General Custer Park, and as I passed through all of the rolling hills, I began to picture Custer's last stand which ...
... 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!
This is the view outside my door this morning, the mo'tel is built on this crazy hill, and it is raining for real. I check the weather channel and Missouri Doppler on the web and find there are bands of thunderstorms moving towards the south east out of the Gulf. There seems to be a break in them though so I suit up, including rain gear and sit in front of the AC waiting for the rain to stop.
I couldn't update my blog last night as ...
Day 5 back on the road
Yesterday we had the best breakfast yet with Paula's cousin, Michael DeGarie and his wife Sandra. The last time we'd seen them, Paula and I were camping in a park on Lake Dillon and we'd visited. That was 1992. Back then Michael was a chiropractor. As an avocation he and Sandra had taken up country dancing. Now Michael is wrangler for Copper Mountain, handling the big Belgian and ...