Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Topeka West I70 & Wanamaker
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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 ...
Before checking into our hotel, we took a ride into the city to see the capitol building, as we often do. This one was very nice, although the state office buildings on this capitol complex looked a bit shabby. They need a power wash or a paint job, not sure which.
This trip is winding down. And I am looking forward to sleeping in my own bed for a change. Two more nights on the road and we will be relaxing this weekend at the beach. ...
Tuesday August 5, 2014
We continued our trip east on I-80 passing farm fields of corn, soy beans and plants we could not identify, it got a little monotonous. At exit 379 we headed south NE 15, then east on NE 33, south on NE 103 and finally NE 4 to the “Homestead National Monument of America” just west of the town of Beatrice. The monument is a tribute to the pioneers that settled ...
... her boss, then went by a huge nursery -- where he bought some lovely flowers for their yard and I spent (for me) an obscene amount on a huge wind chime for the back yard. A couple of the pieces are nearly 30" long and the sound they make is soooo soul-satisfying that I had to buy it. [At this rate, there may not be room for me in the car by the time I get home!]
When we got home, David planted his pretties and I set out to put up the new tent I'd bought from a guy ...
Today started out great. We arrived at Fort Smith National Historic Site just before lunch. It was very overcast, which meant fabulous temperatures at a location that requires walking between multiple buildings. Fort Scott was a military site in the 1840s that was shut down & auctioned off in the 1850s. When the Civil War began, the site became useful again and was reopened by the Union. The site consists of restored & reconstructed barracks, stables, ...