Scotsman Inn West
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... with attendants dressed in period costume. The visit was like stepping into a time machine, and really solidified our connection of the Dodge City of today with its colorful past.
The next stops in our travel through Kansas saw us spending time going to county fairs, state parks, and to some unusual geological sites. We went to a community beef barbecue, We played cow patty bingo, attended a smallish rodeo, drove through muddy country ...
... I sent them a congratulations card and Mamie actually sent me a thank you letter on White House stationery.....which I still have! We then drove the Eisenhower memorial Road 15 to two of my family's hometowns....Newton and Sedgwick. Loved Gavin's navigation as he drove me by the farm home of my biological father and then to the cemetery where he and his wife are buried. Loved it when he said, "that's my ...
Always fun to spend time with family. Our first night on vacation was with family in my hometown of Wichita. We were surprised with a good-old fashioned fish fry prepared by my Aunt Betty and Aunt Darlene. My grand mother was there as well. Good food and family - can't beat ...
... headed to Branson, Missouri bright and early, well early by our standards... We pit stop for fuel and are on our way across southern Kansas into Springfield Missouri and then south into Branson. There are no interstates here so we're heading out two lane highways all the way.
Play me, some mountain music... 2:06pm (CT): Branson, Missouri. We've arrived in Branson ...
... yip, plural)of dinosaur tracks in North America…. not passing that up. We saw a family of brontosaurus and an allosaraus (?). They think the meat eater was hungry and tracking the leaf eating family. The tracks were all over an area and on both sides of the river. We figured that we could do this tour and visit the old fort in one day, wrong, the tour took 9.5 hours. We will come back to see Bent’s Old Fort, it is a working, period reenactment ...