Econo Lodge Wakeeney
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... This crop does very well in drought conditions. Originally from NE Africa, it is primarily used as a feed for livestock or as a substitute for wheat in gluten-free products. It is also increasingly used in ethanol products. This picture show a crop of sorghum with windmills (the other new "crop" in the background. Here is a link to a picture. ...
... an Alabama or LSU fan. From there we headed to Lawrence, KS to grab some homemade ice cream from Iwig dairy farm and then grabbed a late lunch at the Blue Moose Grill and Bar. After that we headed towards Hays, KS where we stopped by the local sports bar and then set up camp in Ellis, KS by a little creek. Overall driving through Kansas was the most beautiful and enjoyable ride we have had so far. ...
We hit the road hard. But thanks to the US Interstate Highway System, we made good time on good roads and made it from Wyoming, through Colorado and into Kansas. There were few stops, except for gas and potty breaks. We stayed at a very nice campground, and we had a good nights sleep. We were tired from our long day, but still excited about seeing everyone ...
Plan was to drive half-way between Kansas City, Kansas and Colorado Springs which put us in a very little town in the middle of nowhere: Ellis, Kansas.. Population of 2,000 people and 8,000 cows in the flatlands of nowhere....Emily drove part way which is giving her more and more highway driving experience...I think Calie hides in the backseat when Emily is driving...She has improved since her first time behind the wheel; ...
... by the army for the protection of the Santa Fe Trail; after the railroads replaced the Santa Fe Trail as the primary means of moving goods, the fort was abandoned and was later purchased by a ranching family who maintained the buildings basically in
their original condition. We continued west on Rt 156 to US 283 and then north to WaKeeney KS, and the KOA campground for the night.