Sleep Inn & Suites Parsons
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The hills in eastern Kansas have turned to rollers. Sweeping grasses and limestone bluffs are characteristic of the largest remaining tract of tall grass prairie in North America. Today the weather was calm and the storms continued to drift away from us as we moved through the Flint Hills region of Kansas. The adventure cycling maps showed ...
... by sudden jet lag, so i just rolled into my top bunk and said goodbye to the evening. I found my apartment online so i was not sure what to expect. I mean after living in many appauling places in London; sharing my time with mice and spiders, i thought i dont care what i get as i am in America.
Waking up bright and early to my free breakfast, i was very excited! Especially when i realised it consisted of chocolate muffins and there were even tea bags on hand. I ...
... a nice lunch with our friend Andy Entwistle and his wife Tisha in Leavenworth, KS, we decided to drive south to see Big Brutus, a giant steam shovel in the southeast corner of Kansas. The trip wasn't long, but the last few miles were confusing, and Walt really felt ******. He had the temperature in the truck up to about 78 and was still cold. While I, in my turtleneck and sweatshirt, was roasting.
We got to our destination just as they were closing, and were ...
... the Elk River Hiking Trail. The first few days, it was very windy during the day which helped make it quite pleasure despite the heat. Then the wind died, and the mayflies moved in.
Weather during our visit -- High/Low: 98-107 /75-77
... We listened to our audio books of Laura. I drove and Louisa slept. She has been great. She has packed our trunk and been a good navigator. I knew this was a jampacked itinerary and after Council Bluffs I told Louisa to "just say NO" when I say "Oh, lets see this". We are getting our sense of timing and priorities down.