Knights Inn Independence
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... incredible! The memories make me fill up, I shall never forget this day.
My time went very quick and as soon as i knew it, it was October. I looked on the Greyhound Website to see the cheapest coach tickets. I managed to get a 6 dollar return to Sacramento. It took me 2 hours and i had noone sitting next to me. I normally always have the local nutcase trying to chat me up on coach journeys. This journey was peaceful. When I arrived into Sacramento I wasn't sure what ...
... the Elk River Hiking Trail. The first few days, it was very windy during the day which helped make it quite pleasure despite the heat. Then the wind died, and the mayflies moved in.
Weather during our visit -- High/Low: 98-107 /75-77
... We discovered a hedge maze that we had to try.
Then there was John Wayne's birthplace, and the statue of him in another park and then there was the farmers market. And then finally we could head out.
Well it just took time and it was so much fun to wander around the hills and dales of Madison county looking for the last three bridges. They don't pave most of the county roads in Iowa but they are straight and graded. The ...
Sunday morning we drove to Moran, KS which was less than an hour from where we stayed in Richmond. We had made plans to meet Randy & Audrey McCall at their church, worship there and then attend a Thanksgiving Dinner with them following the service.
I think we were excited and a bit nervous as we had not seen Randy & Audrey for 40 years. They were our neighbors at Moffet Field in California when Wayne & Randy were in the Navy. ...
... take a picture of the boys - commemorating another state they were visiting. Also, we discovered that Nebraska could stand to put a little more of their tax paper money into state roads. I think we've confirmed why Nebraska is referred to as the cornhusker state....the entire time we drove through the state we were were surrounded by tall corn fields - and if we weren't looking at a corn field - ...