Sleep Inn & Suites Hays
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... the longest mass we've been too. Paul looked at Elizabeth and said, " We may have to skip Denver because this mass is so long." It was nice though. I like taking them to different churches so they are comfortable someday going wherever they are if they want to go to church and see that the masses are the same anywhere in the world. It feels a little like home. Then we hit the road again for a long haul today. We wanted to knock out a bunch of hours off of the 12 from St. Louis to ...
... the movie names of all the dishes on the menu) we got to watch as tractor trailers hauling blades for wind turbines pulled into the gas station next door to fill up. It was quite amazing to see how skillfully they maneuvered up to the pumps with those things. It doesn't take much to entertain me!
After lunch, it was I-70 all the way to the Kansas border, and to Hays. All I can say about Kansas is that it was not as flat or boring as I expected!
... telling us that the drive was boring and flat but Jordan and I have to disagree. It was amazing! Definitely a beautiful place to be. Edit: We have headed towards a hotel back in Hays, KS due to tornado warnings and watches. We initially tried to wait it out in the car but after a few minutes it turned for the worse and we headed to cover. Safe in Hays- Jordan has decided he doesn't want to be a cowboy ...
... br> Walmart and Cracker Barrel (in US) allowed us to park overnight.
Wifi booster accessed wifi from nearby McDonalds, Tim Horton's, Canadian Walmarts and public libraries.
Cell phone booster for phone calls and 3G data (internet and emails) boosted a weak Verizon signal.
A one-micron water filter allowed us to make our own drinking water.
... hills were fairly soothing. Also there are tons of wind farms in the fields along the way so yay for renewable energy! If Kansas can do it, so can you! On my way to Colorado Springs, Denver, before finally meeting up with relatives Paul and Bonnie Galloway in Elizabeth, Colorado today. Until then!