Super 8 Winfield/Quail Ridge
Travel Blogs from Winfield
It felt strange as we drove south from Cheyenne into Colorado. As we approached the suburbs of Denver the traffic picked up, then more and more houses, stores and restaurants until they seemed to form a wall along both sides of the road. The interstate widened to three lanes, then four, and the cars and trucks seemed to pack themselves together as we drove slower and slower. It began to feel almost claustrophobic after three months in the wide ...
We left La Junta, Colorado today at 8:30am. Not a very nice town. Very run down. But it was right off the highway 50. It was a gorgeous morning. Scenery was flat at times or gentle little hills in fields. Soon we saw lots of corn fields. At lunch, we stopped for lunch in a parking lot for what looked like an abandoned gas station. As we eat in the parking lot a ...
... and bright. They made me miss the grandkids. She said that we could do laundry there, and stay there until her dad got off work. We told her that this was our first day of decent weather, we needed to make up time. We got about 25 miles out of Ark City and were taking a break from a terrible wind fight. We found a cute little white church on a country road. Perfect resting spot. We got a text from Amy that she and her dad were on their way to help us. Unreal. ...
... 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 ...
This year our People to People service project was to package food for Kids Against Hunger, a non-profit humanitarian food aid organization with the mission to significantly reduce the number of undernourished children around the corner in the United State and starving children around the world.
This project is such ...
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