Howard Johnson Inn Salina Kansas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Also part of my route 'planning' was the knowledge that extreme weather was forecast for an exaggerated hourglass shape with its bottom lobe across southern Kansas and its top lobe across southern Nebraska. There was a thin line across northern Kansas that was 'safe' and that was what I was headed for. I drove on many a wet highway, and at one point about
a 10 minute stretch with mounds of hail on the shoulders........timing is everything!!
... had no money. He had other car problems that day. His dog was barking, the infant was hungry and crying and they were stuck.
So we bought Danny and his family a tire, gave him some money so he was a bit better than broke and we were blessed to be able to help.
I share that for two reasons:
1. Kathy gave Matt a couple of books by Mitch Albom. As she shared today on this blog, she ...
After watching Emily and Calie pass through TSA Security, I jumped in my SUV and started my journey East...However, I neeedd some energy and comfort food so I stopped at an airport Dunkin Donuts for an Apple Fritter and Ice Coffee...I had already made the decision not to take advantage of ...
... be to people trying to learn English. What brought this about? It was the restaurant we went to in Steamboat Springs. We were looking for the restaurant named Oar. Why this name? Because in Steamboat you think of water so oar was the word, but when we arrived it was Ore restaurant. So was it oar or ore? I just said three words that are pronounced the same. Why did I think of that? Maybe boredom, maybe it is just weird for three words to ...
... Rocky Mountain National park had the same idea. We could not find any parking at the trailhead, and we did not want to walk an extra mile just to get to the trail. So we headed to another trail at Lily Lake. We hiked up on the ridge and then around the lake. After that we were ready to head out.
We left the beautiful Rockies and headed into the flatlands of eastern Colorado and Kansas. It was kind of depressing heading east as it means our trip is ...