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... d known that coming in BEFORE we had the trailer backed in, unhitched, and level. So out we came, filled up the freshwater tank, then repositioned. We were both a little cranky by the time we finished, but the peace and quiet of the place made up for it. Quiet may be a misnomer. The park is home to some 300 and something species of birds and they are quite vocal and we love it! And we got to view the Super Moon at night. So far this trip has been filled with glorious ...
... waves of grain, little towns that were built around the local co-op grain silos, lots of cows, and as we got closer to Dodge City, huge feed lots. There is no way that I can describe the overpowering stench that rose up from those feed lots and encompassed everything within 10 miles or more. And once that fuming smell was in your nose, you couldn't get it out. I am not talking about the smell of ...
... re spooked, but when they come running, all trying to get a better look, that's funnier.
We got into Dodge and, using some stolen WiFi we managed to find two campsites in the area. We went shopping at a Dillan's, bought steak and cooked out.
Some other tenters turned up and he found a horned toad. Odd-looking fella (the toad, not the guy).
... towns and the sight of as many famous gunfights as any locale in
American West. The town has a small historic district and museum complex with
relics from the era and a Boot Hill Cemetery. It’s not a National Park Service
unit or anything and is a bit touristy and oriented toward school boys’ visions
of the Wild West, but I found it to be mildly interesting for a short stop on a
long boring drive across the Great Plains.
... The place she stopped was Clarks and it is the same as it was in the 50's. I had a "black and white" which is vanilla ice cream chocolate syrup and marshmello cream! The prices were like the 50's as well, for all four of us the bill came to less than ten bucks! With a belly full of ice cream the next stop would be Dodge City, when we got to the hotel the rooms weren't ready so we went into town ...