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Today was a true driving day. We traveled over 500 miles crossing over almost three states. We continued across the panhandle of Texas, through Oklahoma, and across much of Kansas finally stopping at Topeka.
Most of the pictures were quick, drive by as we traveled. The cross was in Groom, Texas and is advertised as the largest cross in North America. We did run into Clinton, Oklahoma where ...
... a new GPS and then stopped for gas. Gas prices are going down as we travel West, which is a great thing. Keep it up!
Mike’s back is still bothering him, which is a bummer. I feel bad for him, but bad for us because we were planning on doing some whitewater rafting and zip lining when we get to Colorado. We are hoping it will improve in the next day or so.
We continued on through the thousands of acres of corn and soybean ...
A wonderful afternoon catching up with old Minnesota friends Larry and Connie Benolken - we got to see their photos of the "80th Anniversary Tour" of England and Ireland that they and Jon and Fran had just returned from.
Once again - signal's too slow to post pictures. :(
The drive from Denver is a long one about 9 hours. Matt drove about 8 hours.
Before home we had to:
1) Pick-up my car from long term parking
2) Return our rental car
3) Most importantly, pick Octavius up from the Pet Ranch!
We arrived safely home at about 1pm on Saturday 7/12, about 14 hours later ...
Either the city has started slipping anti anxiety medicine into the water supply or after 29 years I have finally adapted to traveling with out my pet butterflies. Whatever it is, I'm thrilled. We purchased our airline tickets for this trip on my birthday in March, but the planning for this monolith of a vacation started well before that. Instead of sugar plum faeries dancing merrily in my head at Christmas time, I saw the twinkling lights of ...