Holiday Inn Express Junction City
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... would be caused by heavy rains filling the creek. We saw a large spillway running through the town that is built to handle flooding. We met a workman on the grounds (repairing the concrete paths to prevent trips and falls) who claimed Kansas was a state of extremes - heat, wind, snow etc. Today is one of the high heat (94F) and high wind (50 miles and hr) days!
... in Abilene and decided to take a motel for the night - the strong winds and 30 plus heat were deciding factors!! Tomorrow we visit the Eisenhower Library and Museum.Dwight D. grew up here. Abilene is also home to a Greyhound (the dogs) museum, a telephony museum and a carousel museum. Carousels were made here. It is also home to the Russell Stover Chocolate Factory. Not sure what else we will see after the Museum and Library.
Rise and shine at 4 a.m.! Funny how you can't get out of bed for work but a super early alarm goes off for vacation and your feet hit the floor before you turn the alarm off. That's probably because we have been waiting for this day to arrive. Back in April we were discussing our RV travels with our nephew and fabulous girlfriend (future niece) and they mentioned they really wanted to go to Redrocks Ampitheatre out in CO and so our travel plans began. ...
After two days on I-70 it was time for something different. Kansas' Route 18 runs mostly parallel to 70 just to the north so we decided to try that out. Unsurprisingly, there is not much to say about Kansas. There is the occasional tiny little town (often sporting a Pizza Hut), there are pretty rolling hills, and there’s a lot of corn (or at least what used to be corn as many of the fields had already been ...
We spent the night in Kansas where we got to see my brother and his family. It was blast! I wrestled with the boys the whole time. Max spent the night with them and cuddled up with CJ all night. The hotel was "pet friendly" but charged $75 as a weekly pet fee despite the fact that we were staying for only one night. Who in their right mind ...