Comfort Inn Emporia
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Had a tough 110 mile ride today. It wasn't so much the distance as it was the humidity. We cranked it out though and I got to have some interesting conversations. When we got to lodging we were all treated with a free massage from a pro masus. Totally awesome. Then we were fed ...
Today we visited the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve. It is an old farm/ranch in the Flint Hills surrounded by some of the last remaining tallgrass in the country. The walk around the barn, house, and accompanying buildings is fairly short, but we did a bit more exploring on the trails and got in some relatively significant mileage today. The first hike was about 3 miles round trip to the old one room school house which ...
... Rangers about the dog and all he said was "Yeah...that's my neighbor. Better give him a call."
From scaring off Lassie, I kept walking a good while until I reached an old school house built back in the 1880s. It was used to teach children the very basics of education until the 1930s. It sits up on a hill and is made of limestone.
It was a good hike. I really enjoyed myself and even got a minor adrenaline rush from being around the bison.
... some of the beautiful sights to see, and we tried to hit a few of them as we were driving through the state. One of the 8 Wonders is the National Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, so we drove to the heart of the Flint Hills to see if it was really a 'wonder'. It certainly is beautiful! It is like nothing you can experience ...
... The enabling legislation required the land to be held privately – Kansans are somewhat leery of the federal government and wanted to keep the tax revenues rolling.
We toured the large 3 story limestone barn and ranch house. The barn was built with ramps, so that horses and wagons could haul things into the upper floor. We then took a ranger ...