Travelodge Dodge City
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Slept like a rock last night in the hotel bed and started the day off great when the hotel worker, Karyn, made the whole team blueberry waffles. The 55 miles were pretty easy and had so.e great convos on the bike today. In Dodge we had a bingo slash game friendship visit. That was ...
... from Alaska. It stands out in memory because Wendell managed to "somehow" back into a light standard while we were playing tourist. Envision it: no cars anywhere near us and he backs straight out into the pole. He wasn't happy about it and neither was his bumper. It wasn't the first mishap on his new truck. At a previous stop, he forgot to let the tailgate down before pulling away, ouch! This trip hasn't been without its mishaps either. There's a new crease along the ...
... Dodge City, KS. Frank wanted a good steak dinner, so we mosied over to Casey's Cowtown for dinner. It was OK, but the steaks weren't anything like Frank's. His are THE BEST!
This blog is very bland so far because I don't have much in the way of photos. I'll post what I have, but you'll need to come back later to see some really good ones. The ambiance at Casey's was really better than the food!
No time trials today but a very long (800 Km) drive touching 3 states. Always off the highway but on long stretches of straight roads on the flatlands of Oaklahoma, with many 90 degrees curves. In fact, many roads in the US run east-west (with even numbers) or north-south (odd numbers) so when moving say northwest you have to zigzag between those two options... A very very brief drive (200 m!) ou Route 66. Stop at Prairie Rose Grill at Chelsea (of all places...), grab a coffee, ...
... of Johnny Carson. The weather has been great, only one day of rain. The terrain is pretty flat, very much like our Canadian prairies.
We arrived in Dodge City, Nebraska on October 11. Lots of cowboy history here. Dodge City was supposedly the "wickedest" city in the old west. Lots of memories of Gunsmoke, Matt Dillon, Miss Kitty, Doc Adams, Chester & Festus. Gord was in his glory. We toured the old town, had a drink in ...