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... rainy roads. We have 24 more miles in Missouri and I can't wait to get out of it! So Kansas. . . I like you better already, but quit telling me to buckle up if you aren't going to require helmets for motorcycle riders. Really? After passing through Topeka, we start to see the Kansas that we have in mind. Naked hills dotted with windmills slowly become flat plains with few trees in sight. There's so much sky and it feels like the clouds sit right on top of ...
... ve ever seen - you walk into it, like you would a lake, and the depth increases slowly. It's HUGE, with a deck all around, and on three sides, it's surrounded by lake! (They do charge $2/person to use/go out to the pool, even if you're camping here, but that's not bad, and you only pay it when you use the pool, not every day you're camping). Full ...
... many friends and family will be at the house all doing the same thing, or nobody will show up and the dog will be eaten by the cat!
All loaded up at 4:00am the 4 - teenagers assumed the sleep position immediately and as I write this some 4 hours later, are all still fast asleep. They have missed these exciting things: me crawling over Ryan and Emma to try and stop the maddening banging of the sliding side window handles ...
... at a campground that is close to a lake. We spent the day biking and chilling. We cooked dinner around the campfire, and finished cooking just before the rain started. This is actually the first rain we have had during the day, and that was just while we were eating dinner.
We have driven 1,100 miles since we started....about 1/3 of the way across the US. On to Lincoln, Nebraska tomorrow to see what all the Cornhusker fans are so proud of!
Today consisted of :
4 state lines crossed or bordered in less than 1 mile: South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri
Miles and miles of corn, sunflowers and something that we think is canola or similar used to make canola oil. Did ...