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... of complicated roadworks going on. What for example, is one supposed to do when the signs say "Lanes Split In 5 Miles", "Lanes Split in 1 Mile", "Lanes Split Ahead". I had five miles to contemplate what a split lane meant to me, in the dark, at 70+ mph. To be honest I never really found out. Except at one moment I was driving in the right hand lane of a 5 lane highway and then, suddenly, I was driving in the right hand lane of a two ...
... bulging black eyes and bat ears: cute as could be.
Then, per our usual, we hit a few bookstores. Weller Book Works is a two-story housing unit for books covering mostly science, history, philosophy and politics; so, it was my bookstore. After that we hit a LifeWay bookstore where Kendall pretty much bought the house; she was so excited that she found all these missing titles from the different series she’s been reading. Then we stopped at Apollo Burgers and got ...
... 8217;t want to offend anyone. Strangely, he directed me to the shopping centre food court!
After another local did exactly the same, we decided to ignore the locals’ advice and simply find a bar ourselves! It didn’t take long and we stumbled upon a great place called the Beerhive Bar.
I don’t know why I kept being pointed to the food court area, because I learned that there are some 118 ...
... detailed. The train car in the beginning wowed me and after that, things just kept getting better! The costumes were perfect period-style and the actors were all amazing. Some were local but the main leads were all from all over the country--the female lead was even on Broadway! I enjoyed the show but there were the boring parts I remembered from the movie my mom constantly played when I was a kid. I also think that most of the audience did not get a lot of the ...
... off normally when we checked out of our motel and drove to our final state capital of this trip, Topeka, KS. We found a pleasant cafe recommended by a passerby where we had breakfast. We located a volkswalk route (5 k) through downtown Topeka ending at the Capitol. On the drive out of town we stopped at the historic but inactive railway station in North Topeka. We drove north and west on the back roads to a section of the Oregon Trail, originally 13 days from the beginning ...