Garden City Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... where I prepared a quick lunch in the rig. Then we went inside and picked up a few supplies. Laura indicated that where we will be camping in South Fork is not exactly a hot bed of grocery and/or supply stores!
From Dodge City we drove a few miles before we made a quick stop along the road at an historic maker for the Santa Fe Trail. I got out of the truck for a few minutes to take a video of the area. You won't see anything but rolling hills ...
... that we were lucky enough to stay in a hotel tonight and the manager greeted us with cold oranges, ice water, and a pool. Then for dinner it was all you can eat golden corral. Now I'm laying in a comfy hotel bed and I get to wake up to a continental breakfast. One could say that we were spoiled ...
... in the last 20 seconds... how very sad. Also, I'm very full from dinner and my drink and all the water. After dinner, Tay, LilRayRay and I head to Walgreens for some quick pick ups and when we get outside to walk back to host, it's thunderstorming and we start to run. We're running only to find that all our teammates are running back at us. We're locked out. We head into the local grocers. I call Laine and Courtney, chit chat for a bit. We race back to host. ...
Today was a cake walk in comparison to the past many days on the bike. The 53 mile jaunt into Garden City started out early this morning. I was accompanied by Tyler, Lorraine and Lauren. We cruised through the numerous cow pastures, wheat fields, and foul smells and found ourselves at our host for the night-the YMCA before noon! I think this is our ...
Today we had the latest start so far, 7:30 am in order to try to get some more rest. Fueled by a new found strength due mainly to the light favorable winds, the cool temperatures, the flat and slightly downhill roads and the knowledge that the hills and the oppressive heat of the desert were far back in the rear view mirror, we cruised into Lamar our first stop after 57 miles.
We started out right after ...