Fairfield Inn & Suites Effingham
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... If not, John will have to drive their motor home and I will drive ours. Not the best situation, but we will make it work. The best thing he can do is rest.
Those of you who have followed us on our trips before know that John likes to add his two-cents to my blog, and he isn't always politically correct. He's too tired to write anything tonight. For Karen's friends who don't know us, I apologize in advance.
Our destination for tomorrow is Salina, KS. ...
... are 300 gays in this small town on the prairie? The one
sight to see in Gays is the two-story outhouse in the center of town. I can’t
figure out how anyone would see the benefits of building a two-story outhouse,
but at risk of sounding like a character from the South Park show all I could
think was, “That is so Gay!”
En route to Lincoln’s boyhood cabin near Lerma I stopped at
a small cemetery behind ...
... not get there until 1 pm. ****. Eventually the guy realized I wasn't leaving because I did not trust the tire and besides that I had nowhere to go. Once he found out more about my trip I think I gained some cycling "cred" and.he warmed up a bit. He called his mechanic who came in early and got my new tire mounted, balanced and back on the bike. By 1 pm ...
... htm) The cafe was highlighted on the Food Network channel on the show "Best Pies Made With Eggs". Jeff and I shared a piece of their infamous lemon meringue. It was delicious and well worth the stop. As I am typing this post, we are driving west on I-70 towards Kansas City. Our plan is to drive to Manhattan, Kansas where we will spend the night. Then tomorrow we want to find the Manhattan cemetery where Jeff's grandmother was buried. I will post more tomorrow. Until ...
... road. The kindness reminded us of the typical friendly drivers back home - NOT. About 60 rain soaked miles later we got onto I 70 E. Traffic was heavy and there was a lot of construction so we stopped for lunch just outside of St. Louis. By the time we got back on the road, the storm had eased up considerably. As with all large cities, finding the route to a specific destination is usually not the most direct. Gateway Arch is no exception. After ...