Extended Stay America - Kansas City - Lenexa - 87th St.
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... first time traveling internationally. Naturally, I am a bit unsure about what to expect. I've done quite a bit of research but the web can only answer so much. However, the unknown is intriguing and I'm excited to have my own experiences and stories to tell. Not only am I going to a completely foreign place, I am also going into a very foreign college atmosphere. The last three years I have spent my time at a ...
I woke up at 6 as usual, still dark but excited to leave I jumped in the shower. Later as I begun to pack i was thinking of coffee, nudged Lauri awake and peaked out the sliding glass door to notice that Lisa was up. We made some Kerig coffee and sat for a bit to catch up some more before we realized what time it was. Later than we were comfortable with. So we grabbed our bags, Lauri did a last minute check, Lisa locked up the house and we headed ...
... They moved to GC about five years ago from Longmont. They have a beautiful home on a golf course. We sat on their back porch overlooking the golf course catching up and telling lies to each other. We quickly started remembering Jim's quick wit and intelligence. Another biker, he has three in his garage. Sweet Cindy made us a great diner, then we took a walk through the golf course, then a ride around Garden City.
Jim and Cindy told us about ...
... the windshield. I knew it would be boring so it was tough to get going. We stopped at Walmart for some road trip supplies which included notebooks, chips, a movie, and pop. We considered dry ice but opted for the cheap wet ice we are familiar with. At the edge of Colo Springs, where the blue mountain peaks begin to merge with the sky, we also filled up with gas. And then off we shot like a rocket into the Colorado Plains. I was in a way sick ...
... kind of place. My
impression of it when young was formed by Theodore Dreiser’s” American Tragedy”,
in which it features prominently. I think that was set in the early 1900s, so
my original impression may have been a little warped. Denver is now a much bigger
city than Kansas City, but it was not the case that long ago. However, my
friend Andy, about five years older than I am, can relate that when he was a
young child (which would ...