Super 8 Winfield/Quail Ridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Heated pool
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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Monday 3/10/14. Up & on the road at 9am. To Iowa somewhere? we called it a day when we got yo Clive(?huh?) Iowa. at LQ about 530 pm - every joint is killing me! they have an indoor pool! yeah! went into warm water &'jumped around & feel so much better! Gary walk to nearby Wendy's to get us supper cuz we can't unhook the RV. guess what?? got an email ...
... and I wished I had taken some back routes. We turned left as we hit the edge of the city proper and headed east. The last two hours replayed themselves in reverse- the buildings began to be spaced out, the road narrowed to two lanes, and the traffic diminished and sped up until we were again riding across the grassy plains on eastern Colorado and western Kansas passing or being passed by the occasional car or truck. We stopped in Hays, Kansas, ...
... Saloon. There was a visiting Comnanche indian at the museum. He had his war pony and a 2 year old timber wolf. We spoke with him for quite some time. He was very interesting. If you want to check out his facebook page it is www.facebook.com/warponybrowning. The trip started to get a little long but we finally made it to Wellington, Kansas about 8:00pm. Patrick ...
What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness? (Rousseau)
We began the day at the little sad Country Inn in Caldwell. This is the first day in eight or more days that we are able to wear shorts. Winds out of the south, but bearable. We headed East towards Arkansas City. Ark City to the locals. The Kansas roads were smooth and great to ride on. Minimal shoulder, but courteous traffic.
Ark City is beautiful, with brick streets everywhere. Old ...
... North Dakota during the summer, pulled up. She said she had a bike rack, and asked if I needed a ride.
At first I said ‘no,’ but since we were only three miles from town and my little pump wouldn’t get very much pressure in the tire, so I agreed pretty quickly.
It was really warm and dry inside that truck.
She offered to take me all the way up to Arkansas city, KS, and I am still not sure if I regret saying that I wanted to do the ride on my ...