Days Inn Goodland
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... feeling really bad. Something's up with my hand. I have no strength or dexterity in it. I think it's from leaning and gripping the handlebar too tightly and cutting off circulation or nerves. When I get to the next bike shop, I want to buy different gloves. Burlington doesn't have much appeal from what I saw. I tried to just relax and eat and drink a bunch today. I didn't do any ...
... a new rule in doing a head count before leaving anywhere now!
Ben: getting to ride shot-gun in the front in the air conditioning after nearly 12 hours of sweating it out in the back with not air and humidity outside nearing 80%. And the shower at the RV park later.
Rob: the lady whose skirt blew up while he was pumping gas at the last gas station! Simple pleasures of life.
Liam updated his favorite thing: while at the ...
... with sweeping curves through pines and rocks steadily climbing from around 6,000 foot elevation slowly watching Colorado Springs getting smaller and smaller with each set of upward curves. Passing the bluest lakes you have ever seen. Crystal clear full of clean mountain water. This is Sasquatch country and a sign was there indicating such at mile marker 6. It was stated that it was a crossing. Soon the steepness became more evident ...
... in family activities. The Broadmoor has a fantastic outdoor heated pool and hot tub right on the lake. They also have two water slides that the kids are very excited to play on.
On top of that we are spending a few days to relax there and enjoy the 4th of July holiday activities at the resort. Everyone is excited to have a few days away from the car.
Even better, our drive today is only 2.5 hours!
We got to Colorado ...
Left our little part of Paradise at the Lake this morning.
Drove through Kansas City.
Further down the track we drove past the Wizard of Oz Museum at Wamego, Kansas. In 1907 Frank Baum wrote the "Wizard of Oz". Later made into a movie starring Judy Garland, the story immortalized the little girl from Kansas, Dorothy Gale, who was transported by a Kansas tornado to the magical Land of Oz. Dorothy's house is in ...