Super 8 Salina/Schilling Rd
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Day 2 by Owen Our day started out with a yummy breakfast. We had eggs, bacon and fruit and muffins. Addison made the muffins. They were delicious! We had to pack up camp. We rode our bikes while Mommy and Daddy were cleaning up. Then I helped Daddy put the bikes on the bike rack. All the kids packed up our camping chairs. Then we started to drive. We drove from St. ...
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To be honest its Kansas at the moment which has meant hot hot hot days. Past couple of days we have been blesssed with amazing (or kicking to use the Americans preferred term) tail wind. Combined with shorter cycle days of mid 60 miles this has been lovely.
So today we blasted along, stopped at Dairy Queen for milkshake at 9.15. Could not miss it. ...
... Osama Bin Laden. We owe so much to these brave men! We passed through Sedgwick, Kansas where my Howell/Bowersox family is from. I plan to stop there on my return part of trip. I have a whole new family to research....my biological father, Howard Osborn. Our next stop will be Denver to spend 4 days with Susan, Ty and girls. Not sure if I will have time to blog, those grandchildren keep me busy! I assure you, that you will hear from me again. Love and hugs, Jean and ...
Up early, showers, breakfast at the motel, and leaving Denver, heading to Salina, Kansas (our destination for tonight) by around 10. What a different day of driving across hwy 70. Flat, green, not much to take pictures of. We did see some wind turbines around Bovina. We also had to call OnStar because we are having trouble using the internet in the car. ...
A great 10-day spread with Pat and Elizabeth Elsey in the
cozy, but storm-ridden Mount Vernon. From mid-March until the day we left Texas
it rained; not just rained, but flooded. From the Elsey's living room we
watched CNN reporting on the town we left in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. A road
a few streets away from where we used to live had flooded; I-20 under the ramp
had become a muddy river and most of the lakes were flowing over. This
"weather" for lack of a ...