Baldwin City Lodge
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We made it to Kansas City after almost 13 hours on the road! Whew! Jack asked every few hours "we get to swim at the hotel, right Mama?" The boy did get to swim before and after dinner. My littles sure live for the water! We are headed to Cheyenne, WY today... It's raining but in a way it seems to subdue the kids a ...
... the last time"
-"corn looks bigger here"
-"is this truck a 5 or 6 speed?"
We have reached an agreement on hotels too. For every dollar I can save compared to the deals Nick found, I get half in cash.
8:30pm: This just in. We have 10 miles to gas station and the truck says we have a 11 mile range left on ...
Sunday May 11, 2014
We crossed over into Kansas on US 166 to Baxter Springs and then turned north on US 69 to Fort Scott, this was part of the Kansas Historic Route 66 Scenic Byway, which was a beautiful drive over rolling hills through farm and ranch land. At Fort Scott we spent several hours wondering around the buildings at the "Fort ...
... to adequately enjoy and explore those beautiful places.
The Route 66 part of the trip was nostalgic - many memories and reminders. We met so many great people. All of the volunteers and business owners who work diligently to keep the spirit of Rte 66 alive should be applauded. They not only work very hard, they love the Route and all that it entails and are eager and willing to share what they know. There was basically something new ...
... with Chris in Virginia
before school starts. Who, in their right mind, would miss a camping
trip like that? Not us! We are all in and ready! Our doctors
appointments are made. More importantly, we look forward to seeing
many of you while we are in town! It will be wonderful to experience
the new growth or no growth (depending on who you are talking with)
of our hometown. I might add that Teena considers a stay in New Martinsville as a ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking