Tioga Suites Hotel Chanute
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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The hills in eastern Kansas have turned to rollers. Sweeping grasses and limestone bluffs are characteristic of the largest remaining tract of tall grass prairie in North America. Today the weather was calm and the storms continued to drift away from us as we moved through the Flint Hills region of Kansas. The adventure cycling maps showed ...
... of 1858, there was a great deal of dissatisfaction among the
residents of the central and northern parts of the county, and a number of
citizens selected the present site of Iola, with the intention of ultimately
securing the county seat.
town's name is Iola, which was the Christian name of J.F. Colborn's (a founding
father of Iola) wife.
first building on the town site was ...
... think they think we are nuts. After being held up here for so long, they may have reason to be leery of us. People here are praying for sunshine. I've never been in a church where they prayed for sun. Always they pray for rain in our next of the woods. Scotty found this quote, it is very apropos for the trip. "We don't pretend to know the unfailing secret of success, but there are times when we fear it may have something to do with hard work." I like the cow one attached. Hee ...
... popcorn can't keep him calm. We found a church today, that helps. People are kind, but I think they think we are nuts. After being held up here for so long, they may have reason to be leery of us. People here are praying for sunshine. I've never been in a church where they prayed for sun. Always they pray for rain in our next of the ...
... 99 accommodated our plan. 83 miles later we were in Eureka, KS trying to hide from the promised storm. We were so surprised by the sun pouring through the window of another cheap motel the next morning that we quickly packed up our bikes and tried to get as many miles forward as possible before the onset of the severe winter storm. We prayed HARD for the wind to change directions and abate somewhat until we could get to a reasonable location. Both petitions were ...