Super 8 Motel - Lamar
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- Got here in 3 hours, it is 5pm
- Drove 207 miles and it cost $38.54
- It cost me 5 dollars to get in the Museum and there were no other fees
- Enjoyed looking at all the historical things in the Museum
- The American telephone and telegraph exhibits were interesting
- Slept in my car, and leaving at 12am
State Capital: ...
We headed out early, 6 AM needed to beat the early working crowd on I-15 in Salt Lake City. We got off I-15 onto US-6 in Provo. To our pleasant surprise we found a Kneader's. So we had to have breakfast there. We both are heavier because of this restaurant's baked goods.
Then it was off to the mountains, (with trees on them). US-6 takes us southeast ...
We left Walsenberg, an old coal town now with only every third building occupied, to head across a long waterless section to LA Junta. We expected hot and boring. Though hot we got attractive and our best wildlife siteing day. Cara Cara, a road runner, barn owl, antelope , coyote, deer, rabbits and then past a rancher with a lot of exotic (if not wild) African critters. In La Junta we rested and ate. ...
... a great group of girls and the miles flew by! The beauty of a bicycle conversation, and for the record, it doesn't get old having endless conversations on bikes. Ranges from variety of topics, Would you rather questions, singing, rapping, and coming up with our own versions of songs to name a few things. We've also passed by several cow slaughter farms, where there are several hundred cows pinned off by stages in ...
... 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 ...