Salina Ambassador Hotel And Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> My waiting strategy pays off and in about 20 minutes the rain abruptly stops, I go to have one last whiz, no small feat in rain gear and by the time I come back the sun is shining. So begins my day of; ride northbound in a glorious tailwind of better than 30 MPH until I would catch up to black sky or precipitation, then ride westbound in a pretty far from glorious crosswind of the same speed until I found a suitable northbound road again.
... back on the road within an hour and a half. The irony, as often as it's told, is that even though we helped someone out, it was a blessing to pay it forward. Thanks Kathy for "Have a Little Faith". Thanks everyone for your generosity this past month and beyond. Be sure to do something nice for someone.
On closing, for Cristina and other doggy fans, be sure to see the short video of Ricky. Hope you enjoy it. ;-)
... to Tucson or stop in Branson, Missouri...the latter on my bucket list...Once I was relieved of the girls, my mind started to focus on home in Virginia...Needed to ready my home for the real state market and the move to Richmond, VA later this year....This stop was at 500 miles from home.. ...
We traveled from Chappell, Nebraska today to Salina, Kansas. I have tried to think of something interesting or humorous to say about the drive, but the only words that come to mind are: rain, wheat, corn, sorghum, rain, monotony, clouds, rain, and boredom.
We did go through some very small towns and they are always interesting. The homes were small, but different; i.e., not all the same style like we see in some neighborhoods at ...
... hundreds of them that had red flashing lights and they all flashed at the same time. It looked pretty weird to see them. We stopped around 10pm at a La Quinta inn at Salina, Kansas and got a room for the night. We all got some much needed showers, tried to find enough plugs to charge all of our electronics, and headed to bed.
Packing up the camping gear for the last time
Hiking at Lily Lake
Seeing the wind turbines at ...