Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Sedalia
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No schedule, no firm plans just headed to one of our favorites places, LOTO!! Matt, Anna, Strings and I were on the road by 7:30. It was an easy day in the road...made a few stops, had a picnic lunch in central Kansas and then decided to call it a day in Overland Park, ...
... into the campground and just before we made our turn, we noticed two deer, a mama and her baby. These are the first deer we've seen in this area. They probably don't come close to people during the day. They were so cute.
It is now 1:30 and we are sitting in line at Warm Springs Ranch. There are about 10 cars in the line. They line you up on the road, then everyone drives up to the barn about 1:45 and our tour ...
Started the day by going to church. Their pastor is on vacation so the Liturgist/Choir
director delivered the message. He was pretty good, but they didn't have communion on this first Sunday. Of course I went to the early service, so they may have had it at the late service.
Did a load of dark clothes (love that washer). Watched everyone else leave. Think there are only about 10 of us left here for the night. Everyone was talking about the storms coming in, but we've ...
... until close to time for the fireworks. We were going to sit in front of the coach and watch them, but decided we would not be able to see anything, so we walked around to the campground entrance where we could see better. I remember as a kid going to the fireworks and hearing all the "oohs" and "aahs" but not now. I told Bob I thought it might have something to do with where we are, I'm sure the bigger cities have much more money to ...
... t make a difference. It was mostly bulk items and homemade noodles, candy, etc. No bread, however. We did manage to spend a few bucks there, but we had already determined that we would be stopping in Tipton at the Dutch Bakery. Heather couldn't remember the name of the restaurant, but when I did a search on the GPS of eating establishments in the area, Lehman's Family restaurant was one of the choices and it sounded more like the right place than PIONEER CAFE' so ...