- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... he came out with the guest book for me to sign and a pamphlet and offered a tour. Needless to say I was absolutely blown away by this place. There was "Boathenge", "Truckhenge", a 30-acre lake for fishing, old school busses, "bottle gardens", and just about everything else you could imagine. It was amazing. If any of you ever drive through Kansas I 100% recommend going to see it. He had peacocks that were hanging out on an old swing-set. Real peacocks. For a moment I felt as ...
... nice. The wind was blowing the deer flies away and rustling all the leaves. The fish kept flopping up to eat bugs on the surface of the water. The lake prohibited swimming, but I put my legs in anyway just for a bit. It seems like a habit that I check out the historic part of downtowns in every city. I love old buildings and seeing how businesses have kept the original style and made it work for them. Atwood has a very small stretch of downtown. I think their church was the ...
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 ...
We left almost on time at 9:30. We were both amazed how easy it was to close up the house and unhook everything. We headed west on OK 412, thru Stillwater (home of OSU), to I-35 up to I-70. There was a 22-25 mph wind from the south. Now I understand why we saw more wind turbines than I've seen on my way to Lubbock! The wind was not a big deal going north on I-35, but a real pain going west. We had a nice lunch ...
Left Denver at around 9.15. We drove all morning, reaching Colby, Kansas in time for a relaxed lunch. Afterwards, whilst hanging about outside the vans we were interviewed by a group who purported to be from Japanese TV, 'chasing' a Japanese chaser..may just have been for YouTube but what the heck, we indulged them and gave ETT some free advertising. We stayed around for a while, watching a thunderstorm developing....then set off ...