Best Western Topeka Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Territory as slave states. As a result, Bloody Kansas occurred, where slavery supporters from Missouri crossed into Kansas and voted, thus angering the abolitionists in Kansas. The Kansas-Nebraska Act repealed the Missouri Compromise and allowed the expansion of slavery. Douglas's greed for the railroad ultimately permitted the expansion of slavery above the 36' 30' ...
... speed up the packing. Within two hours every thing was in the bags and ready to be loaded. My mother kept coming in and out of my room and i could see the emotion on her face. I kept telling her "I am so excited mom...we will Skype all the time." She would not say anything but she would just stare at me looking like she is about to cry then i turn the volume up so i wouldn't be hooked with ...
... 66 Museum is located and took a couple of shots of the museum, but did not take the time to go through the museum.
We also quickly ran into Oklahoma City for Fred to grab a geocache and then it was on to Kansas.
After setting up in the campground, I stepped outside and saw the pink sky from the sunset and snapped at picture.
Tomorrow we continue our march toward home.
... that extend for 17 miles north of Saint Louis. Navigation through this area was impossible during low water, and dangerous during high water. To solve this problem, the US Army Corps of Engineers designed and built the Chain Of Rocks Canal to bypass this area in 1940. The canal is about 8.5 miles long.
That was the most interesting thing that happened until we arrived in Huntsdale, MO. There was a terrible traffic accident involving 3 semis and ...
... to tell where they were because of the location of the many grain elevators and banks of cement containers with the often familiar peeling yellow paint. Each site probably had two dozen of these tall round cylinder-shaped silos, all connected together in two long rows of a dozen each.
Oh, and did I mention the wind farms. We saw several of those, with hundreds of wind turbines, most of which were gently turning with the breeze in their ...