Red Roof Inn Holton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Monday 21 September
A beautiful day for flying! Nice and cool, bright blue skies and smooth conditions. Our thanks to Allen and Laura for a fun stay (we'd missed Laura’s company though, but understand sometimes you have to work!).
We were heading east and planned a fuel stop at Colorado Plains Regional, just outside the town of Akron, CO, just half an hour away. On the ground again at 0815hrs, and upon checking ...
... soon disappointed when he saw us up close! He did unlock the door and let us go inside the beautiful building. We were impressed with the inside and we got to see the organ which was a 1978 Schantz. Since Newberry College and Redeemer Lutheran Church in Newberry both have Schantz organs we were excited to see this one. We didn't get to play it but just seeing it was fun. The Church was completed in 1917 and later the inside burned. The rebuild was completed ...
Road conditions became really dangerous yet again. This is frustrating. I biked quite a bit, but it was rough. When the shoulder is narrow and the traffic is heavy, I'm constantly looking behind and getting off the road for semis. It's just draining. I had my thumb out for a long time while pushing through grass and gravel. Dennis was coming back from a KDOT meeting about a bridge he's about to build. He was gray-haired with bright blue ...
... her big time now. So far our trip has been a blast. I think we're both getting a bit road weary, but soon the pace should slow a bit and become more relaxed. So far we've covered about 2,300 miles, so there is still a long way to go. Unfortunately we can't take the time to see everything there is to see. Every time we stop people tell us about attractions that we hadn't thought of. I guess you just can't do everything. Tomorrow we'll be in Missouri. ...
... Court decision which ruled that segregation is unconstitutional. Prior to this ruling, students across the United States were attending segregated schools ... separate, but NOT equal facilities and educational resources. In 1948 the NAACP decided it was time to attack the "separate but equal" doctrine. By 1952 the organization had brought to the Supreme Court four of the five cases involving ...