Guest House Motel Chanute
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... there were none so we ate what we carried and trusted we would see Judi to refill our water. Our Chanute hotel was a comfortably rehabbed 20's structure at the center of the historic downtown. Octave Chanute was an 19th century engineer who built bridges for the railroads, but his primary claim to fame was as a mentor to Orville and Wilbur ...
... log cabin owned by D.B. Bayne. Late
in 1859, he built a frame house addition to it. The first building erected
after the town was surveyed was a dwelling completed early in June, 1859, by
J.F. Colborn, who had lived on the claim of which the town site formed a part,
since 1857. On the completion of the house, Colborn and his family moved into
it, thus being the first settlers in the town of Iola. The first birth ...
We have been stuck in Iola, Kansas since Wednesday. Rain, cold, rain, cold, wind, wind, wind. Scott is one straw from losing it. It is too cold to go out. We are eating everything from our packs. We are not exercising, hence the "we super ate ourselves..." Oblivion, from the movie. We have gone to movies, (42 and Oblivion), thank goodness there is a movie house next door. But, somehow the popcorn can't even keep him calm. We found a church today, that helps. People are kind, ...
We have been stuck in Iola, Kansas since Wednesday. Rain, cold, rain, cold, wind, wind, wind. Scott is one straw from losing it. It is too cold to go out. We are eating everything from our packs. We are not exercising, hence the "we super ate ourselves..." We have gone to movies, thank goodness there is a movie house next door. But, ...
We fell asleep last night to the sounds of coyotes yipping, thousands of frogs and the snorting of the horses that befriended us. We awoke early with the need to get as many miles as possible as there was a threat of severe weather that would change this day of 85 degrees to less than forty within a couple of days, snow included. We took a dirt road that would hopefully parallel hwy 166. Big mistake. We wasted some tough miles and way too much time. Going eastbound ...