Super 8 Motel - Lamar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to I-70 to Grand Junction, CO. Then it is US-50 all the way to Dodge City, KS. It is a little over 900 miles.
We found a beautiful Federal campground on a reservoir lake for the first night .
http://www.nps.gov/cure/planyourvisit/m aps.htm we stayed at Lake Fork campground. A nice paved pull through site, easy in and easy out, and with a storm coming in how can you go wrong.
... over which I have ridden. We landed in Sheridan Lake and am able to write this in an A/C building with free lemonade, kitchen and coffee. Very gracious, informative and no attempts so far to initiate spiritual conversations. Our worst accommodations so far have been two KOAs. We decided their letters stand for "Know Other Alternatives". Tomorrow has a forecast for tailwind, a great way to enter ...
... once again appreciating how active this town was between 1800 and 1860 as a major passing point on the Santa Fe Trail. At this geographic point the trail and town were near a very large stand of ancient cottonwood trees bordering the Arkansas river. This stand of trees was completely logged by the end of the 19th century and by then the railroads were bringing settlers west not the S F ...
... degree burn her body trying to mount the medal animal. 3) and of course, the state line :). We've made it to Colorado, another time zone down. I've included pictures from our day, I just wish you all could have been a part of the conversation or laughter that was included (shoutout to Hannah and Amanda, learned a lot about you two today). We have since then showered, eaten a great dinner provided by ...
... PVC pipe on top of the ground to the fields and attached them to irrigation sprayers. It looked like they were growing hay crops for their cattle ranches. Sometimes there was an oil well working out in the middle of the field. Wouldn't it be nice if we all had one of those in our own back yard!
We crossed over into Kansas which began a long ride through just fields and prairies with cattle Then we came to Dodge ...