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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Friday: Today was a travel day. We drove through the rest of New Mexico, northern Texas, and into Oklahoma. Yesterday the temp was in the 80s and most of today in the 40s! It is cloudy and drizzling off and on. Not much to see on this drive. We did see hundreds (Mike says thousands) of cattle in muddy pens with a sign that said Quality beef products. Didn't look like quality to us. Disgusting. We are staying in Elk City, Oklahoma tonight.
... restaurants and shops. We then walked back to her house, which was a super cool apartment with a bunch of cactuses and candles and we listened to records on her record player and played Gin Rummy and different card games while enjoying a couple local Lincoln brewed beers -- Zip Line IPA. She didn't have TV or Internet (hence why I didn't post anything last night). She had a blow up mattress which was actually quite comfy and then I woke up this morning ...
... in a galldern hurryBut many cons;
- You get where you are going in a galldern hurry
- You have to focus so ******* the road there is no sight seeing
- They are typically boringly straight
- Competition is fierce
- You gotta keep the hammer down all the time
- Nebraska Interstates are pre cast concrete so there is an expansion bump every 30' or so, gets tiring in a hurry
... to 2014. We caught the travel bug again and decided to hit the road. This time heading West. The Pace Arrow was replaced with another Fleetwood Bounder 37' with two slides, and we down sized to just one Pomeranian, Foxy. We are on the first leg of our five year plan (or for as long as we can handle being on the road). Our main destination this year is Yellowstone National Park and I'm excited that we are almost there. ...
... visited this place in 1966 and was anxious to see it again, to see how it had changed in 50 years. And changed it has. For one thing, they now provide a home for as many girls as boys. And for another, these kids no longer live in dormitories, but rather in family homes on campus. Each home houses 6-8 kids and is run by a family, the parents trained in counseling and providing a solid family living experience. We saw many of these kids on campus doing chores, ...