Super 8 Pratt
Travel Blogs from Pratt
Today was an all around good day. I got to ride with David Stassi and Sam Johnson who are two of the funniest guys on the team. I got to laugh the majority of the way but then when we were put into a time crunch we really hammered out the last thirty miles and completed the ride in its entirity. Dog tired we went to a friendship vist where I talked alit with a man ...
... slaughter houses and smells that would make a billy goat throw up. The smell throughout most of Kansas was a very pungent combination of cattle urine, feces and slaughter houses. I almost lost it a couple of times when riding behind a truck that was full of cattle. My clothes even smell like Kansas. I've managed to stay off major interstates and stick to mostly back roads. There is so much to see if you stay off the main highways. There were a ...
... Also I think every bug, fly and any other airborne insect along the 508 miles we travelled are now stuck to my visor! After a long day its time for some kip on a Picnic table...... I hope none of the truck drives that are also here gets lonely! :-o ........ Onward to Colorado Springs tomorrow to ride Pikes Peak and hopefully make it to Denver tomorrow ...
The entrance to the park was only slightly less obvious than the entrance of the Batcave, and we drove past it once. The road to car park was crumbled, narrow and surrounded by wilderness, but eventually we the ******* place, and it's toilets.
I did need a ****, so I chanced it. There was no one else around for a ...
Tried to finish off my giant donut but gave up, seeing it's turned into hard bread now
Today we cross Route 66 as we head North from Oklahoma (we will rejoin it on our way back South and actually follow it during New Mexico ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed