Days Inn Salina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to Salina, Kansas. That's about 7 hours. I took a nap. I also worked on a book of our trip. I played with things from my travel backpack-my sticker book, read a book by Bill Cosby. And I ate some snacks. Eden and I played tic-tac-toe. Once we got here I helped Daddy again with the back rack and we all worked together to set up camp. The kids went exploring. We found ...
So as arrived early had another milkshake at my current favourite place-Braums I think it is. Then had a dip in the pool and was quickly befriended by Felicity aged 5. Her dad is 38 and her mum 35. Good to know. Dinner all done, over eaten as per usual and now off to bed. Another short day tomorrow of 65 miles but there look like storms coming and I fear we may have used up all our luck on tail wind....
... Osama Bin Laden. We owe so much to these brave men! We passed through Sedgwick, Kansas where my Howell/Bowersox family is from. I plan to stop there on my return part of trip. I have a whole new family to research....my biological father, Howard Osborn. Our next stop will be Denver to spend 4 days with Susan, Ty and girls. Not sure if I will have time to blog, those grandchildren keep me busy! I assure you, that you will hear from me again. Love and hugs, Jean and ...
... we need 4g coverage and we’re only in 2g, so we’ll see what happens when we find better coverage. Neither Dan’s phone, nor my phone, nor the tablet are receiving internet. Hwy 70 just kept going and going and going....we saw a Maserati......the time changed just west of Levant, Kansas....we had lunch at Quiznos in Colby....stopped at ...
... ourselves, self-control got the best of us and we were up at 5:30 am, heading out of the Elsey's driveway towards Kansas at 6.
The road from Missouri into central Kansas isn't near as horrible and boring as I'd heard it was. Flat and nothing but corn, wheat and sunflowers is the prevailing rant about the scenery of Kansas. Being from west Texas, I can get an appreciation of odd, stark beauty. I've always loved looking out and seeing crops blowing in the wind, slapping over each ...