Candlewood Suites Junction City
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... The displays and exhibits involving the 8 years of his presidency were as expected. After having been to quite a few libraries, it has become quite obvious to me that this library needs to be updated with multi-media and interactive displays to attract the younger generations. The movie portion of the tour needs improved as well. So far, the Lincoln theatre sets the high mark for interactive movies!
We're heading out right after lunch to get a head start, the weather is perfect and we are packed and loaded. We took hwy 179 to 87 through Boonville where we jumped onto hwy 5 then at Fayette got on hwy 3 I took a picture of the New Franklin sign showing it was Sara Evans' hometown. Again, the weather is perfect! It's that sun in your face the wind at your back open sky feeling! The coolest ...
... did manage to find an Army Corps of Engineers campground right on a lake not far from the Preserve. The sites are nice and well shaded and the facilities, which include flush toilets and showers, seem to be well kept. This definitely turned out to be a good alternative to our original plans. We did decide to only spend 1 day at Tallgrass (we originally thought 2 days), so we'll be moving on a little further west tomorrow and ...
... was dirty and grimy. There was some kind of odor in the bathroom before it was even used. The bath tub seemed to have a soap scum and dirt coating. It was also funny to see lights that no longer have switches and wiring coming straight out of the wall in a couple of places. These are just the things on the surface. During our 20 minute stay we became more and more ...
... which dates from the era of the Abilene Trail and serves an old-fashioned all-you-can-eat family style meal with appetizers of cole slaw, pickled vegetables and preserved fruits, and cottage cheese and then fried chicken, creamed corn, mashed potatoes and biscuits with gravy for about $10.
It stays light so late in May that I decided to continue on further after dinner. I stopped in Junction City and walked around the historic downtown. I love the light-colored ...