Super 8 Dodge City
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... 50E, and there would be no road change today. Our destination is a hotel in Dodge City, Kansas that is off the same US-50E.
The road was straight and flat. The temperature started out at about 81 degrees and by the end of the had made it up to 88 degrees. There was very little wind, even for Kansas. We now know why they are called the Great Plains, as they couldn't be plainer or more boring. ...
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Well the train to Kansas City was delayed due to track works so I only had to walk across the platform and my other train was there waiting for me. The conductor gives me a seat number and I go to sit in it and this guy is laying across it. Excuse me you are in my seat, he says I have put my back out and laying down was best. So he sits up and ...
... of nice young ladies, Echo, a real estate agent and Trica, a geologist. We all had a good old gab session and a few glasses of wine!!! Thanks for the visit girls.
Travelled on through Minnesota & Nebraska. Sure are lots of corn fields and they went on forever. It’s no wonder the football team is the Nebraska Corn Huskers. We went through Grand Rapids, Minnesota, the home of Judy Garland. Then through Norfolk, Nebraska, ...
... cooler...we saw temps of 100+ on the RV themometer!) and the skies are getting bigger. We arrived in Dodge City, Kansas a little before 5:00, choosing to get a site in our campground for the night before driving back into town for a tex-mex meal (it was just an OK meal Gary...not that good, not that bad!) before driving around Dodge City on their famous brick streets. The town maintains its Western flavor as many of ...
... my use of smaller roads and my stop in Dodge City, I
made it all the way to north-central Oklahoma and a campground at Great Salt
Plains National Wildlife Refuge. It didn’t seem like it should be that cold in
late October on what was a pleasantly warm day, but the frost on my tent
indicated it got down close to freezing, and that makes for a very cold night
even though my sleeping bag is supposed to be good down to 0*F. Brrrrr!