Quality Suites Airport
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
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... Bar. Today I had a nice bike ride down the Arkansas River Trail to check out the Keeper of the Plains Plaza and the Wichita Art Museum. Highlights of the museum were the exhibits on daguerrotypes (early form of photography) and modern artists using old photography ...
... but we missed the intense stuff. Apparently, during the same storm, hail and strong winds hit parts of Dallas and even started some wildfires! We were lucky and we didn't even know it! During our trek through Oklahoma, we made it to Oklahoma City around dinner time and looked for a place to eat. Ever since LA, I had been desiring some Vietnamese pho, and it turned out that one of OKC's best restaurants was a ...
... of all the parks we have been in on this trip so far. It is almost full (we got the next to last site) of workers who are here for various jobs. It is fine, but a working camp RV park just doesn't have the same feel as a park that is mainly for those of us who are passing through. John is out (again!!) washing Muf's face...and oh, yes...the temperature when we pulled in here was (Ta Da!!) 98 degrees! Yikes!
We drove 195 miles ...
... says it got its name from Wichita being the Air Capital of the World. Really??
We spent some "quality time" this evening at a Dillon food store - a chain which is owned by Kroger. Other than that, we didn't do a whole lot, as it was late afternoon before we arrived and got set up. All in all, not much to report!
... our way through at least a mile of narrow, potholed streets lined with ramshackle houses! As I said, NO Post Office! Hmmmm. Revenge for not listening yesterday? You be the judge.
On our drive to Springfield, MO we found the land to have very rolling hills and we saw Amish tooling along in their horse drawn buggies...and one intrepid farmer who also looked to be Amish driving a John Deere! As we rode along, we had one of those long talks ...