Motel 6 Salina
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And not much else. Bed was okay, a little hard. Just soap, no shampoo or lotion. You get what you pay for.... but I got a way better place the next night for the same price. Was clean enough, bed was clean, floor could use another vacuuming. -- no breakfast :(
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This is the view outside my door this morning, the mo'tel is built on this crazy hill, and it is raining for real. I check the weather channel and Missouri Doppler on the web and find there are bands of thunderstorms moving towards the south east out of the Gulf. There seems to be a break in them though so I suit up, including rain gear …
Up early, showers, breakfast at the motel, and leaving Denver, heading to Salina, Kansas (our destination for tonight) by around 10. What a different day of driving across hwy 70. Flat, green, not much to take pictures of. We did see some wind turbines around Bovina. We also had to call OnStar because we are having trouble using the internet in the car. ...
... seemingly followed us right to
Missouri. 6 of the 10 days had rains; our last night consisted of 40-mile an
hour winds, a fuse blowing out on our front RV jacks and a ton of four letter
words batted about while getting soaked to the bone.
Before it gets too pessimistic I will mention that we had a
blast. Pat and I wound up talking over different guns and ammo; Defenders are
the way to go shotgun wise. I think my wife and Elizabeth talked and stared at
... hotels. Only problem....it's a dry county.....oh well....we needed to be weaned off the cocktails anyway.
In the am we found a circuit fit walking path along the Arkansas river ...How fun. Enjoyed our time here and would love to come back sometime.
Back on the I 40 to continue westward.... to both the north and south are the Ozark parks. The day is overcast and the hills all look blue in ...
... s. The second floor wasn't accessible on the tour for fire code reasons, but the guide was quick to confirm that the bedrooms were small and were efficiently used for the sleeping of this large family.
The museum was fairly good sized. It has a lot of boards with the timeline of WWII. Obviously, the dominating events in Ike's life were those surrounding his ascension to the commanding general of the Normandy ...