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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... bath. I went to bed, exhausted, at about 10:30. I was so tired that I tried to unlock my hotel room with my car keys. Seriously. At about 1 in the morning I woke up to really loud wind and a super creepy dripping noise. There was a massive puddle under the window of my hotel room that had leaked through and the wind was howling through the room. I called the front desk to tell them that there was massive amounts of water leaking into my room and they gladly gave me a new ...
Ugh. Boring! David left very early and flew to Orlando for a conference. The kids and I packed up and set off across Kansas. The only thing to look at was the occasional herd of bison and the miles and miles of wind turbines. We finally reached our stopover hotel in Colby, KS. There's not much to say about ...
We left almost on time at 9:30. We were both amazed how easy it was to close up the house and unhook everything. We headed west on OK 412, thru Stillwater (home of OSU), to I-35 up to I-70. There was a 22-25 mph wind from the south. Now I understand why we saw more wind turbines than I've seen on my way to Lubbock! The wind was not a big deal going north on I-35, but a real pain going west. We had a nice lunch ...
... Goodman so we gained an hour instantly. It was after 4pm our time but it was 3pm their time. After getting those books we headed to Selden, KS to look at the bindery equipment. We spent about 3 hours with the banker who took control of the property. There are tons of machines but they are all heavy so they couldn't come back with us even if we wanted them. We did end up getting about 20 rolls of buckram material, ...
... flat farmland. It was pretty flat but surprisingly scenic. It's a little hard to descibe the feel, but everything was open and clean, no litter or rusting hulks of vehicles or other man-made blemishes. The roads were mostly in very good shape with wide shoulders ( photo ops). I think that even those people who hate driving would not mind it so much in Kansas. I even spotted a few deer and wild turkey (non-alcoholic variety). ...