Econo Lodge Newton
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... ate a lot of corn, and had a wonderful refreshing swim in a secluded lake along the way. Heck, we were becoming Kansans, and it was fun.
For those of you unfamiliar with cow patty bingo, a description is warranted. A stall perhaps 8 feet by 8 feet has a numbered grid painted on its floor. For a donation to a charity, you are then randomly assigned one of the numbers. At a given time, a lovely red-haired cow is brought into the ...
... I sent them a congratulations card and Mamie actually sent me a thank you letter on White House stationery.....which I still have! We then drove the Eisenhower memorial Road 15 to two of my family's hometowns....Newton and Sedgwick. Loved Gavin's navigation as he drove me by the farm home of my biological father and then to the cemetery where he and his wife are buried. Loved it when he said, "that's my ...
Always fun to spend time with family. Our first night on vacation was with family in my hometown of Wichita. We were surprised with a good-old fashioned fish fry prepared by my Aunt Betty and Aunt Darlene. My grand mother was there as well. Good food and family - can't beat ...
Hello Wally World... 6:40am (CT): Wichita, Kansas. I'm up making coffee in the Walmart parking lot. We ran the generator all night and one AC unit to keep the MH cool. We will have to get moving soon because Walmart doesn't allow you to stay in their parking lot during normal business hours.
Toto, we're not in Kansas anymore... 8:00am (CT): Wichita, Kansas. We pull out of ...
... can ride a sled or sand board down one of the dunes. Yes, I chickened out.
We moved onto Hasty State Park just east of Las Animas to spend 3 days. Not too much to do here or so we thought. We had plans to visit Bent’s Old Fort and Fort Lyon Natl Cemetery (we did neither). Well , we couldn’t find the cemetery (I love looking at old headstones) and we heard about a ranger guided tour (you needed your own 4x4) that took you out to see the ...