Days Inn Goodland
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... fun at all!" Thanks for the observation, dude. Many other cars pulled up and just about everyone had some little remark about how what I was doing was hard or how they'd never want to be in my place. What a contrast to my last interaction with people. As I was finishing up repacking, I heard one last "you look like you're having no fun at all" from the first man as he drove away. Oh man ...
... Liam procured a souvenir from the "Adult Themed" vending machine in the men's room. Horny Goat Weed. He was surprised to find the main ingredient to be: Horny Goat Weed!
Back in the RV it was finally my turn to take the helm. I chickened out since I have watched Rob struggle to control this beast like he was hoisting a sail on a boat and not sway off. Did I tell you that no one in this group is impressed with the RV???
... 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 ...
... checked into the Broadmoor. Our room was in the penthouse (5th floor) of Broadmoor West. It was the largest room we've had so far with a nice view of the lake that is central to the resort property.
It didn't take long for the kids to hit the pool and the famed water slides. Canyon and I took a paddle boat on the lake (pictures below) and Canyon provided some interesting video of each water slide (also below).
Dinner was in one ...
... built in 1907-1909 and given to the Seward Country Historical Society.
Bit further on we drove by Fort Riley, there was hundreds of Black Hawk and Choctaw helicopters on the airfield. Very impressive.
Also saw a sign for the Custer Museum.
We have decided to stay at Goodland, Kansas, tonight.
About an hour after we arrive, a storm hits. Some hail and wind, but again not too bad.
Father's Day in the USA ...