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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... I sent them a congratulations card and Mamie actually sent me a thank you letter on White House stationery.....which I still have! We then drove the Eisenhower memorial Road 15 to two of my family's hometowns....Newton and Sedgwick. Loved Gavin's navigation as he drove me by the farm home of my biological father and then to the cemetery where he and his wife are buried. Loved it when he said, "that's my ...
So as arrived early had another milkshake at my current favourite place-Braums I think it is. Then had a dip in the pool and was quickly befriended by Felicity aged 5. Her dad is 38 and her mum 35. Good to know. Dinner all done, over eaten as per usual and now off to bed. Another short day tomorrow of 65 miles but there look like storms coming and I fear we may have used up all our luck on tail wind....
... becoming road kill. It was close enough that the team were white after the truck had gone. I've since bought a bright flashing rear light, bright enough to be seen during the day. I hope this helps. Yesterday, one of the team, Andrea, headed back to Perth for 10 days. She'll be back in 10 days, but the numbers are now down to six. We'll miss her while she's away. Some small items: We've now had 9 flat tyres, all on rear ...
... for most of us. We continued through Ellinwood noting the swelling streams and channels in the fields filled with the earlier rains. Quivira, the mythical Lost city of gold that Coronado sought in the 16th century was in this area. History has taught that he came this far before turning back to ...
... it. The last stop was the church we went to. They still attend there. It is a rural church out in the middle of the farm land, not in the town. My Great Grandfather Rev. W.F. Bullinger was pastor there from 1902-1910 and his picture was on the wall. There is a cemetery out back of the church where a lot of my relatives are buried. It was very moving to see the grave sites. When we got back to the farm, Irma got busy with supper. I think that's what they call the evening ...