La Quinta Inn & Suites Dodge City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The state capital is Topeka
Two important cites are Dodge City and Cawker City
The year of statehood is 1861
The state motto is Per aspera ad astra= Through hardships to the stars
The state flower is Native sunflower
... rainbows, and a gigantic moon.
June 25, 2013: Tuesday
After a couple of nights, we discovered that parking on the tilt while filling your water tank is not a good idea. Our plan was to stay at Hasty until Wednesday, but when the shower started sputtering while Wendell was showering Monday evening, we decided to pull out the next morning. That seemed easier then disconnecting, filling, and re-positioning. So after a stop at the ranger station ...
... WA, so that we could be there for our sister-in-law's funeral. Masako was one of our favorite folks in all the world, and Sam asked Frank to speak at her funeral. All the details of that visit are on my regular blog, www.foreveryoung279.blogspot.com.
Since today was the eleventh anniversary of the horrors of 9/11/01, we listened to re-runs of the events of that terrible day. When we got to ...
Our last couple of days in Colorado were spent catching up on chores, particularly laundry as we seemed to have run out of clothes. Cliff also spent some time cleaning the outside of the trailer, in between trying to get a photo of the hummingbird who was forever flying into the little tree alongside the trailer, and photos ...
... thought we'd let you know we are safe and have eaten. After much deliberation outside the hick joint about whether or not to go in, we walked in, and straight out again. There weren't many people there (the bar was a members only 'Cowman's Lounge' and was behind closed doors, thank goodness) and we couldn't really see what was on offer to eat, but we thought better of it, got in the car and drove a couple of blocks down the road to where it was a bit ...