Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites El Dorado
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... Bar. Today I had a nice bike ride down the Arkansas River Trail to check out the Keeper of the Plains Plaza and the Wichita Art Museum. Highlights of the museum were the exhibits on daguerrotypes (early form of photography) and modern artists using old photography ...
... to be in good repair. The park we stayed in last night was excellent. There are "rails to trails" walking areas, a very nice municipal swimming pool, several historic exhibits and very nice green lawns. Last night was a good stay. Carol O., we really enjoyed visiting the town that you spent a lot of time in while growing up in this area.
Pulling out at 9:30, the temperature was already 80 degrees with a somewhat higher humidity. ...
Once again, Larry writes today.
Today we headed north to Wichita, KS. In contrast to the park in Thackerville, OK, the one in Wichita was pretty new. Lots of concrete, not much in the way of trees. It sorta felt like we were camping on an airport runway. Good laundry, showers, and restrooms. (Hey, those things are important!)
... our way through at least a mile of narrow, potholed streets lined with ramshackle houses! As I said, NO Post Office! Hmmmm. Revenge for not listening yesterday? You be the judge.
On our drive to Springfield, MO we found the land to have very rolling hills and we saw Amish tooling along in their horse drawn buggies...and one intrepid farmer who also looked to be Amish driving a John Deere! As we rode along, we had one of those long talks ...
... But every town has a secret and in Eureka's past there was a gentleman philanthropist named Roger Babson. Roger believed that Eureka was the center of the magic circle and drew a radius of 400 miles that encompassed an area that produced, per capita, the greatest value of minerals and crops of anywhere in the U S. He attempted to found a college he called Utopia and it existed for some 25 years but no longer ...