Kansas Kountry Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had entered another universe. Ron, the owner, seems like he has the time of his life on his farm constructing bizarre statues, carving wooden creatures, and anything else he may find. (http://www.truckhenge.com).
Kansas is such a cool state. There aren't as many corn fields as Nebraska, its mostly huge fields with cows. I could see for miles and miles as I drove down I-70. For a while I thought I should be able to see the Rocky Mountains. But the world isn't flat. I had ...
Ugh. Boring! David left very early and flew to Orlando for a conference. The kids and I packed up and set off across Kansas. The only thing to look at was the occasional herd of bison and the miles and miles of wind turbines. We finally reached our stopover hotel in Colby, KS. There's not much to say about ...
Today we saw half a dozen Kansas schools and lots and lots of farmland. We unfortunately saw some of the same farmland twice due to the way we had to route our trip. Every time we loaded books it was a hot and sweaty chore but I didn't bump my head on the trailer at all. That's good for me. We were running terribly late to the last school in Goodman, KS but fortunately the time zone changes to mountain time ...
I never thought I would be devoting a whole blog to Kansas, but here I am. I saw no tornados, with or without whirling houses, no Dorothy, lion or tinman, but I did spot a couple of scarecrows. What I did see was a remarkably soothing and calming state, so much so that I spent some extra time just cruising various side roads. I drove almost the entire central length of the state, turning north near the western border. I expected to ...
I've been trying to find a roadside shack of a gift shop to find a particular present for someone and was beginning to think that such places didn't exist anymore. Then we saw signs for Prairie Town.
As with a lot of 'attractions' the signs start miles beforehand on the highway. This time the advertising worked (with others we have seen the hoardings count down from up to 100 miles away and then just driven by when ...