La Quinta Inn & Suites Dodge City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with Dodge City. It was a small hill on the edge of town. Most people who had any money or family were buried in the cemetery at Fort Dodge. The only people buried on Boot Hill were those who had no money or family. They were stripped of their clothes and any valuables but allowed to keep their boots! Of the 32 or so buried there, only 2 were women. The Museum we toured is built around the actual Boot Hill. The remains in ...
... through LaJunta and Las Animas before arriving in the little community of Hasty. From there it was a right turn on FM 24 and in a short two miles we were at the check in station for the state park. John Martin Reservoir is - or maybe I should say "was" - a very large lake BEFORE the drought. We did, however, notice on the drive that the area looked like the land described in "The Grapes of Wrath". We're talking serious dust bowl, folks. Fortunately we had reserved a site ...
... to Santa Fe, still was part of Mexico at the time. 500 of the miles were through Kansas. We continued on and met up with Robert and Joyce that evening at the Gunsmoke RV park in Dodge City Kansas. We had some dinner and watched a movie at their motorhome and called it a day. Friday was our full day there and we did all the tourist stuff. We had made reservations for the dinner show at Boot Hill that evening and spend the rest of the day on a trolly tour of the area and lunch at ...
... and were back on our bikes, it is now about 88 degrees out and actually we were thanking the wind for blowing to keep us a little cooler.
Katy was stopping every 5-10 miles today to refill our waters, give us oranges and then traveled back on her bike the last few miles before we reached Dodge City.....Katy had made reservations at the LaQuinta Inn yesterday and it was at the edge of town.......boy were we glad to see it, we went to the check-in ...
... and Richard immediately set to setting up the fine tuning of the rear axle psoition having been too tires the previous night. The car seemed to have run faultlessly all day so we were incredibly grateful to Erwin and Larry for allowing us to continue in the Rally. We were also very pleased to discover we were now 4th overall.