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... after stopping to grab some dinner before dashing south to Wichita to position for Friday.
I'm really pleased with my choice of camera, The GPS locks on really quickly, which will tag all of my photos with a position and the remote is also good to play with, meaning that I can fire off shots while watching the storm, and not being stuck behind the eyepiece. it's a Nikon 5300 and it's really doing the job along with the Tripod I bought.
All in all ...
... Bar. Today I had a nice bike ride down the Arkansas River Trail to check out the Keeper of the Plains Plaza and the Wichita Art Museum. Highlights of the museum were the exhibits on daguerrotypes (early form of photography) and modern artists using old photography ...
... the Astros. Being the executive chef of the ballpark gets him some really cool memorabilia! We said some tough goodbyes, and departed Houston a little before noon. Besides an uneventful lunch at Arby's, and few bathroom and gas stops, we had a couple of interesting moments during the drive. First, as we were heading back through Dallas, we hit some thunderstorms. The storm dumped a bunch of rain on us as lightning ...
... says it got its name from Wichita being the Air Capital of the World. Really??
We spent some "quality time" this evening at a Dillon food store - a chain which is owned by Kroger. Other than that, we didn't do a whole lot, as it was late afternoon before we arrived and got set up. All in all, not much to report!
... milage considering we are driving our "small home" down the road! After fueling up, we had lunch inside the motorhome in the parking lot at Flying J.
After lunch and fueling up, we drove though part of the area that was so devastated by the tornado just a little over three years ago. We were through Joplin about a month after the tornado hit in 2012, and could not believe at that time the scope of the devastation. It looked like pictures ...