Red Roof Inn Holton
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... there's TV to watch, magazines to read, crocheting to do (not me, bozohead) and stuff like that. Our GPS sent us a round about way, so we ended up on a one-lane dirt road for 3 miles and worried. But when we got there it was great. I went to church on Sunday because it was built in 1888, and had A PIPE ORGAN, if you can believe that. Rural church out in the cornfields, miles from any town, with a PIPE ORGAN. ...
"I smell like onions and I want chooocolate"
"I haven't met my cookie quota!"
... His face was very round, and he had red cheeks. He picked me up and took me through to the East side of Fairview where the shoulder widened a bit. It was still pitiful and skinny, so I continued my walking, careful riding, and trying for every pickup truck that passed. I've never seen so many small cars in Kansas until I'm trying to get a ride. Otherwise most drivers are men in huge pickups. Eli was waiting to pick up his daughter ...
... past Stuckey's where we shared memories of the traditional stop in Stuckey's as kids.
As we began seeing signs for Santa Rosa and Tucumcari we started talking about Route 66. We decided we would get off the interstate and drive through Tucumcari and look for signs of the old highway. I'm so glad we did! As we drove through town we passed the Route 66 Trading Post and then found the new Route 66 sign outside of the Greater ...
... Kristine made phone calls to book our future sites, provided navigation, as well as follow up on some of our personal tasks. Its great having your own personal secretary!
We made it to Deer Creek Valley RV Park about 8:00 p.m. after a quick stop off to Texas Roadhouse for some BBQ ribs. The RV park is extremely clean - ...