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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Monday 3/10/14. Up & on the road at 9am. To Iowa somewhere? we called it a day when we got yo Clive(?huh?) Iowa. at LQ about 530 pm - every joint is killing me! they have an indoor pool! yeah! went into warm water &'jumped around & feel so much better! Gary walk to nearby Wendy's to get us supper cuz we can't unhook the RV. guess what?? got an email ...
... night at an inexpensive and rundown campground.
Today, Tuesday, was another driving day- eastward to Salina, then south on I-135 which became I-35 and will eventually pass within a mile or so of my son Guido's house in Lewisville, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. We are ahead of schedule, and will be there tomorrow afternoon. It is always fun to spend time with them- Guido, Gennie and the girls Annah and Isabella... and we all have a summer to ...
We left La Junta, Colorado today at 8:30am. Not a very nice town. Very run down. But it was right off the highway 50. It was a gorgeous morning. Scenery was flat at times or gentle little hills in fields. Soon we saw lots of corn fields. At lunch, we stopped for lunch in a parking lot for what looked like an abandoned gas station. As we eat in the parking lot a ...
What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness? (Rousseau)
We began the day at the little sad Country Inn in Caldwell. This is the first day in eight or more days that we are able to wear shorts. Winds out of the south, but bearable. We headed East towards Arkansas City. Ark City to the locals. The Kansas roads were smooth and great to ride on. Minimal shoulder, but courteous traffic.
Ark City is beautiful, with brick streets everywhere. Old ...
... hood of said coat took the edge off the hail, so it didn’t hurt too much, and luckily it didn’t turn into baseball sized chunks of ice or anything too crazy. It actually never got bigger than shooter marbles, which I suppose isn’t that bad...
A flat tire caught me too, but that worked out pretty well in the end. Just as I finished changing my tube, in the rain, a really nice lady in a green F-150 who, as it turns out, volunteers to take care of wild ...