Hampton Inn Miami
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... first 6 hours (430 miles) till we turned south towards Witchita. We had to stop for gas at intervals of 2 hours or less. With 80 MPH speeds and the head wind our gas mileage was horrible. Picture taking was limited (and poor quality) for this portion of the trip east across Kansas. This probably sounds horrible (especially for ...
... importantly, this part of the state was subject to killings, burnings, terror from gangs more interested in their own interests. I also drove out to the Battle of Carthage State Historic Site where the Union army was situated before the battle. Driving further south I entered the George Washington Carver National Memorial which is situated on the actual Carver farm near Diamond, Missouri. The Visitor Center has a museum, a ...
... Jude describes it as an 'eclectic mix' of stuff. I call it 'what a load of junk'! It was the chap inside who was the real star of the place. What a character that we stood listening to for a good half hour or so and we were once again reminded that it is the people who make up Route 66. That Halltown is an old town is perfectly obvious. It was founded in the 1870s when George Hall settled the area and opened a store. In 1879 a new post office was opened ...
We drove through the beautiful Flint Hills of Kansas while driving east towards Missouri. This region was named for the abundant flint that eroded from the bedrock, and it has the most dense coverage of tallgrass prairie in North America. Due to its rocky soil, the early settlers were unable to plow the area, resulting in a predominance of cattle ranches which benefited by the tallgrass prairie. It is ...
... has faded away over time. We have decided to go through Denver to our next destination so we will only be able to experience the portions in the Southwest that we visited during the first part of our trip.
We leave here to head for Moab Utah to see Arches National Park and Monument Valley. Our trip to Moab will take 2 days and will take us over the Rocky Mountains just outside ...