Salina Ambassador Hotel And Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... shop in Hayes...stopped at a the Firetender Trading Post in Russell...saw a couple of storm chaser vehicles (didn’t get a picture of the one that looked like a tank)....saw THOUSANDS of wind turbines for a 40 mile stretch east of Hayes...got into the motel in Salina around 6...went to dinner at Hickory Hut BBQ for great ribs...back to the motel to ...
A great 10-day spread with Pat and Elizabeth Elsey in the
cozy, but storm-ridden Mount Vernon. From mid-March until the day we left Texas
it rained; not just rained, but flooded. From the Elsey's living room we
watched CNN reporting on the town we left in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. A road
a few streets away from where we used to live had flooded; I-20 under the ramp
had become a muddy river and most of the lakes were flowing over. This
"weather" for lack of a ...
... the 7th...hugs for our BC friends and then off with a loaded car Northbound into Mississippi which is so lush with a million shades of green. Trees are gigantic forming canopies over the roads...So pretty and springlike.
Into Arkansas with rolling hills, heavily forested and picturesque. Stayed in a town called Russellville on the edge of Lake Dardanelle. A lovely clean city with great amenities ...
... homes were either moved or demolished to make way for the campus. I was first in line for the tour, which when commenced included only me and the guide. How nice was that. The home was a typical, functional old farmhouse. It housed the president, his six brothers, mother and father. The home was donated to the Eisenhower Foundation in the 1940's by the family. The only phone used by Ike's mother was the old fashioned oak, wall phone standard in ...
... Rocky Mountain National park had the same idea. We could not find any parking at the trailhead, and we did not want to walk an extra mile just to get to the trail. So we headed to another trail at Lily Lake. We hiked up on the ridge and then around the lake. After that we were ready to head out.
We left the beautiful Rockies and headed into the flatlands of eastern Colorado and Kansas. It was kind of depressing heading east as it means our trip is ...