La Quinta Inn & Suites Dodge City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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The city known for its wild side, with cowboys just off the range, famous sheriffs, like Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson now has tricycle races on main street. Stewart Plumping is this years grand champion. You must ride an adult tricycle out 100 feet round a cone and make it back to the start for your hand off. The race is a 4 man team relay.
Next day it was off to the rodeo. The bulls, bucking horses and calfs out did the cowboys in every event. ...
Our lodging tonight is in Dodge City, Kansas. It is where Wyatt Erp tamed a portion of the Wild West. The time period is preserved in the Boot Hill area, with wooden sidewalks and western building structures. TV's "Gunsmoke" series was based on a Dodge City, and there is even a Gunsmoke Road in downtown. Something I find humorous is that the Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame is in the same building as the Gunslingers Wax Museum!
... so we made tracks to a highly rated Vietnamese restaurant - Saigon Bistro. The food was good, plentiful, and reasonably priced.
Tomorrow we will depart for Wichita, KS and McConnell AFB. We have reservations for the base FamCamp, which is nothing to write home about, but it's convenient for our "hoped" for departure on Monday. Say a few prayers for us over the weekend that the flight will have space on it for us....and everyone else who wants to go to England.
... the name of the place or town....They sold beer and a couple of drinks but no wine, kinda weird we thought....
We then took our nightly trip for ice cream, last nights was so good from McDonald's that Jane and I choose the Mc Flurry's again and Katy wanted ice cream cone at DQ....Jane was buying because she lost the bet of how many miles from Ingall's it was to Dodge City.....
Another great day on the road of my journey.....55 miles ...
... for several miles, mainly I guess due to the lack of big trees. It sure wasn't from lack of food as there was still plenty of armadillo shaped roadkill about. Once we got well out of Wichita we passed through a couple of small towns, including Kingman. Every road that led off the main highway we were following was just a straight, red, dirt track which seemed to lead to nowhere even though there were often signposts at the end of them. The highlight of ...