Days Inn Great Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Great Bend
... set up camp in the city park adjacent to a Little League ballpark busy with Friday night games; Americana Kansas style for sure and touching in its allegiance to stereotype. Oil and beef production are biggest here. Wheat production is hurting from wet weather. The land is getting progressively greener and rolling, very welcome after eastern CO that had neither of those features. I have wondered what it would be Like to be at sea with nothing but flat horizon ...
We had thunder storms during the night, but the day started nicely with no wind and a cool morning air left over from the storm. Most of the group found a rest stop in Ness City at the Cactus Club and a nice breakfast. When the group departed , Meriam and I joined two locals for a tour of the historic Ness County bank building. Built in the 1880's it is a wonderful ...
... for about 20 years, it housed many different units, most notably the 10th Cavalry, better known as the Buffalo Soldiers. Fort Larned is very similar to Fort Scott, but more remote and basic. From there we drove north and spent the rest of the afternoon looking for a place to camp. Our original destination (a KOA) did not have any shade and was right next to an interstate. So we decided to continue ...
... finishing up some school stuff. Got the plan changed and all is good.
Driving around Denver right now toward Fort Morgan and our destination Great Bend, KS. Feedlots are huge and stink! Street signs actually do say CR like in the Miranda Lambert song County Road 233..."Gunpowder and Lead".
Oh yeah, the night before we left, I was up til 11:30pm trying to hook up the DISH tailgator we took last year. Went through the tech service process only to discover ...
At the suggestion on a blog that I read of another RVer we decided to drive through Kansas, which we hadn't been through before, and stop at Fort Larned. It is a well-preserved fort that was occupied during the Civil War but the troops sent there were never engaged in the war because they were too far west.