Super 8 Junction City Ks
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... would be caused by heavy rains filling the creek. We saw a large spillway running through the town that is built to handle flooding. We met a workman on the grounds (repairing the concrete paths to prevent trips and falls) who claimed Kansas was a state of extremes - heat, wind, snow etc. Today is one of the high heat (94F) and high wind (50 miles and hr) days!
... except in gullies), the land became grazing land with herds of beef, the ranches more prosperous and the wind picked up. Every so often we could see this yellow stone on the sides of the road and the light dawned - we are in Kansas and this is the yellow brick road!
Churches and religion still are prevalent here. One sign on a private house stated "No God, No Peace. Know God, Know Peace".
... later those plans are now reality as we head out West in the RV with four people and two dogs to spend a week in the mountains visiting friends, hiking, biking, a little bit of boot scoot boogying and whatever else comes our way (no plans can sometimes make for the best plans) It takes a lot of planning to provision the RV, pack for the climate changes in the mountains and also plan for meals. Speaking of meals, last night after work I went to the ...
... it’s interesting to see and really puts the Rocky Mountains into perspective.
By the time we reached Hill City, Kansas, we were ready for some lunch and Yelp led us to a really great place called Red’s Family Restaurant. They claimed to be famous for their pan-fried chicken and we were lucky enough to arrive on pan-fried chicken buffet day. We got the salad bar, buffet, and dessert for $8. Not bad ...
Leaving St. Louis mid-afternoon we drove the entire state of Missouri and stopped 125 miles into Kansas at Junction City for the night. Nearby was Fort Riley army base (but we were pooped after driving so we didn't see it!). The town was very ...