Super 8 Dodge City
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... have his Kansas prime filet and we both had the chefs special pumpkin, corn soup. Then we got back on the road and spent a nice evening in Dodge City watching the Giants, and Madison Bumgartner, win the World Series! Yeahhhhhhhhhh! The next morning we toured the Boot Hill Museum and drove on toward Ft Collins. It was a fun ...
... than 4 cowboys out of ten scored in any one event. The mutton busting was exciting. You take a sheep and put a small child (children ages five to seven who weighed less than 55 pounds could apply) and then they try to stay on as long as they can, usually less the 6 seconds.
Saturday we went to town to see the great long horn cattle drive. Later we plan to go by the casino for dinner and then finish the night with a concert on the lawn in town.
... dry" on me." Agreed!
By the way, it should be noted that our travel day was also my birthday. I received one Facebook birthday wish after another from both friends and family. It made getting older a little more bearable, but as they say, turning a day older only matters if you're a banana. And Wendell let me pick which Mexican food restaurant I wanted to eat at!
The Gunsmoke Trav-L Park in Dodge City was not new to us; we stayed here in 2007 on a ...
Monday day was a blast! We toured Santa Fe and they had a music festival going on. To our surprise Patrick actually requested touring some art studios too! Patrick will post a video blog soon!
Monday night we stayed in Dodge City, KS. In case ...
... to have earned its reputation as the centre of the Wild West myths.
The ride (83 miles) was reasonably uneventful; Penny had two flats (punctures) one due to a defective tube and that was about it.
The corn fields are endless and one can see towns at least seven miles before arriving, further if there are grain elevators (there usually are). The roads are busier here and it is more wealthy than the areas to the west.
Keep pedalling on!
Chris and Penny