Econo Lodge Miami
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... up front at these stops). We got in just after sundown and went straight to a Casino at the tri-state border (Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma). They had "motorcycle parking only" very close to the entrance (this made Jim very happy). Had a great dinner buffet and found a hotel. Checked in after 10 pm. A long ~750 mile day but a good day overall.
... architectural styles popular in the late 1800's. Many of the homes and buildings were constructed with Carthage limestone, a white, very *********e found in this area. The town has published an historic homes tour which was very helpful. Carthage is also an important Civil War site. The Battle of Carthage (July 5, 1861) was the first actual battle of the war. I toured the Civil War Museum which is dedicated to this ...
... came from the Carthage area. Only 12.8 miles of the old Mother Road cut through the lower eastern corner of Kansas so no sooner had we entered the state than we left it!. Kansas Route 66 has the distinction of being completely paved by 1929 making it the first state to pave all of Route 66. But Kansas paid for this honor years later, it is the only Route 66 state to be completely bypassed by the Interstate that replaced Route 66. Entering Galena, if you ...
We drove through the beautiful Flint Hills of Kansas while driving east towards Missouri. This region was named for the abundant flint that eroded from the bedrock, and it has the most dense coverage of tallgrass prairie in North America. Due to its rocky soil, the early settlers were unable to plow the area, resulting in a predominance of cattle ranches which benefited by the tallgrass prairie. It is ...
... memories of him. Not near as many as I would like. It was an honor to have known him. our lives are so short and it is important to spend the time with your loved ones to develop the memories of shared time together. Bud was a person I will never forget and am proud to call him Dad.
I was surprised to see the amount of Route 66 that remains in the Miami/Joplin area as so much ...