Travelodge Dodge City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We decided to stay in Dodge City on our way to Ft Collins Colorado. After a very poor choice in Springfield, Mo. we made a more careful choice for our hotel in Dodge City. But because it was Steve's birthday we looked for restaurants ahead and found few choices. So we had a late lunch in Wichita that was very, very good. Steve ...
... rainbows, and a gigantic moon.
June 25, 2013: Tuesday
After a couple of nights, we discovered that parking on the tilt while filling your water tank is not a good idea. Our plan was to stay at Hasty until Wednesday, but when the shower started sputtering while Wendell was showering Monday evening, we decided to pull out the next morning. That seemed easier then disconnecting, filling, and re-positioning. So after a stop at the ranger station ...
... morning at 6:23, still in the dark. Stopped at McDonald's in Las Vegas (NM, that is) for breakfast and just kept chugging along until we got to Springer, NM. There we headed on over into Texas and Oklahoma and eventually into Kansas.
This route was pretty much familiar to us because we went this way last year when we went to New-braska for me to do an orientation. After that gig, we drove ...
... and Richard immediately set to setting up the fine tuning of the rear axle psoition having been too tires the previous night. The car seemed to have run faultlessly all day so we were incredibly grateful to Erwin and Larry for allowing us to continue in the Rally. We were also very pleased to discover we were now 4th overall.
... farm. No, nothing like that, this smell almost knocked you out. And then we came upon a huge Tyson chicken plant. Add that smell to the stew of stink. And we kept coming upon these atrocious feed lots almost all the way to Colorado.
It's easy to see that Dodge City was a major railroad town, established to ship those stinkin' cattle, I guess. It has the Boot Hill Museum and the depot has ...