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Sunday May 11, 2014
We crossed over into Kansas on US 166 to Baxter Springs and then turned north on US 69 to Fort Scott, this was part of the Kansas Historic Route 66 Scenic Byway, which was a beautiful drive over rolling hills through farm and ranch land. At Fort Scott we spent several hours wondering around the buildings at the "Fort ...
... and culture; etc. This is what my nervousness is branching from.
At the same point, these reasons are what is making me most excited: Exploring a new culture and language! Emerging in history and nature without distraction of technology; Being able to solely submerge myself in new experiences (without altering my behavior or actions to accommodate with a friends attitude); etc;
... dragging for a while because half of the casing was gone and a few of the prongs were grinded down to the metal, GREAT! After a few Google searches and a couple of phone calls we found Olathe RV Center in Gardner, KS. A bit annoyed at the situation we drove through the Kansas countryside until we reached Olathe around noon. Unfortunately for us, everyone goes ...
... Not bad when you
consider that the road is closed during the winter, which can start
in mid October and not end until June! There was plenty of snow still
laying around up there in late July!
Aside from the high Rockies, it is the large
mammals that are the draw here! The Fall River Valley, on the western slope of
the park, gave us our first moose in a long time! We found this
cow and calf bedding down for the night within a mile of ...
... from that cold I caught with the result that I still have low energy. I ended up napping and reading Gregg Braden's book on and off. I got through 30 pages and it is still blowing my mind. I ate an apple and then headed to the park on Massachusetts before 4:00. I ended up calling and talking to my mom for more than an hour as it had been more than a week since our last catchup. As I left the park and walked east into residential areas, I called ...