Holiday Inn Express Abilene
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... homes were either moved or demolished to make way for the campus. I was first in line for the tour, which when commenced included only me and the guide. How nice was that. The home was a typical, functional old farmhouse. It housed the president, his six brothers, mother and father. The home was donated to the Eisenhower Foundation in the 1940's by the family. The only phone used by Ike's mother was the old fashioned oak, wall phone standard in ...
We are trying to drive as much as possible for the next few days. Today's journey took us from St. Louis, Missouri, to Salina, Kansas.
Lots and lots of farmland folks, lots and lots!
We crossed the Missouri River twice today, once in the sunshine, once in the rain.
As we approached the Missouri and Kansas border, we came ...
... Branson, MO I encounter several traffic jams on the Interstate, we actually come to a complete stop on a number of occasions. The 35 mile drive to Springfield takes about 90 minutes. (Doh!) If you didn't get the Simpsons reference, you may be too old. All of the traffic jams happen around on-ramps, and is due to Labor Day RV/Boat traffic and the fact that 'Mericans are the worst mergers ever! (See below)
All things considered a ...
... rolling it was clear that our spare was wobbling dangerously. We made it safely at 40 mph on the interstate with a speed limit of 70. Found a service station with air, but it was closed.
Good fortune struck again when we called an "in case of emergency" number for Steve. I called and as it turns out, Steve not only said he would come so we could get air, but he also sold tires. The only problem was ...
... that we went through was Mount Airy.. Where we saw a house suspended on steel I beams while a basement was being excavated below. Perfect name for that town.. 'Airy' We saw a bald eagle flying overhead while on Hwy 3. Beautiful! We stopped for our first break at an abandoned gas station in Callao, MO where we picked up Hwy 36. All inventory was still in the station as if they had just walked ...