Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Topeka North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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Today was a true driving day. We traveled over 500 miles crossing over almost three states. We continued across the panhandle of Texas, through Oklahoma, and across much of Kansas finally stopping at Topeka.
Most of the pictures were quick, drive by as we traveled. The cross was in Groom, Texas and is advertised as the largest cross in North America. We did run into Clinton, Oklahoma where ...
... a new GPS and then stopped for gas. Gas prices are going down as we travel West, which is a great thing. Keep it up!
Mike’s back is still bothering him, which is a bummer. I feel bad for him, but bad for us because we were planning on doing some whitewater rafting and zip lining when we get to Colorado. We are hoping it will improve in the next day or so.
We continued on through the thousands of acres of corn and soybean ...
... flat farmland, and offered nothing interesting to the tourist. The most interesting thing we saw today was a crop duster flying over a mustard field. Those guys have nerves of steel. I still don't know how he (she) missed the power lines at the end of the field. But I have to tell you, it looks like a boatload of fun!
We did follow the train tracks again today. We could not see them most of the time, or the trains that ride on them, but it ...
... The Homestead Act of 1862 that granted 160 acres of land in designated areas of the
country. The film and the displays in the museum gave a very good picture of the life of the settlers and the story behind the law. Surprisingly 30 of the 50 states had homestead land available at some time during the life of the Homestead Act, including Florida. The Act was repealed in 1976, except in Alaska where it continued into the mid 1980’s. ...
... Nothing but good things to say about it." Hope so!!!
You can see exactly where the ship is on this website: http://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/ind ex/positions/all/mmsi:309051000/shipnam e:OCEAN%20NOVA
Apparently, after some research, we found it had run aground in 2009... but looks like everyone on board had a good sense of humor about it and all worked out well.