Americas Best Value Inn
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Saw this sign on the side of a Hardware Store in Abilene.
Learned a bit more about Old Abilene when at the Eisenhower Museum. Both are built on a flood plain (a couple of blocks apart). The Old Abilene group are not able to get any grant money to help them restore the buildings or add to the site because of the flood danger. There are no rivers near by - the ...
... this street every weekend.
Our scenery has finally changed! We had been driving through rolling corn and soy fields ready for harvest. In Missouri we began to see green fields as well - it turned out these were a second crop of soy (no crop rotation here!) Once we crossed Kansas City and into Kansas, the land became drier, the farms less prosperous and we saw more fields uncultivated. Cresting a hill, the ...
... to say I was NOT very happy about it. But, the silver lining is that my sister and brother-n-law had to stop by our house so I am happy to say that I am feeding them breakfast, lunch and dinner this weekend! Dare I mention that they did manage to set off the house alarm, alarm company called us, cops came to the house and neighbor called to tell me that the cops were at the house and that there was a suspicious white SUV leaving our driveway. All ...
... s and many people placed bets on the dogs. When the Depression hit the race tracks closed up expect for the very strong ones. The races lasted only 31 seconds! Quick fun and quick money if you are lucky!
Our last tour of the day was a quick trip to Russell Stover candy outlet! We found the “bloopers” in the back of the store where we stocked up on great chocolate at a lower cost! Yummy – so much for watching our ...
After two days on I-70 it was time for something different. Kansas' Route 18 runs mostly parallel to 70 just to the north so we decided to try that out. Unsurprisingly, there is not much to say about Kansas. There is the occasional tiny little town (often sporting a Pizza Hut), there are pretty rolling hills, and there’s a lot of corn (or at least what used to be corn as many of the fields had already been ...