Super 8 Motel Topeka/Wanamaker Rd/I-70
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... what show is on mondays at 7 P.M, 'The Voice" Mom and i watched the episode then went to dinner. I loaded all my bags in the car so i don't have to do it in the morning and talked to my father for a little bit, who i haven't seen since september 30th after the Gala because of his job. I received a call from my brother and sisters who wished me a safe travel and that extremely meant a lot to me.
... 66 Museum is located and took a couple of shots of the museum, but did not take the time to go through the museum.
We also quickly ran into Oklahoma City for Fred to grab a geocache and then it was on to Kansas.
After setting up in the campground, I stepped outside and saw the pink sky from the sunset and snapped at picture.
Tomorrow we continue our march toward home.
... fields where the crops were thriving, and fields where acres of corn was yellow and dried up, presumably from a lack of rain. You can add the occasional farmhouse with red barn and silver silo and you can add the occasional ranch with cows grazing and you can add the occasional oil well, some with hammers pounding dirt and others as motionless as a rock. And of course there is the required well windmills and the water towers. But it was still over 550 ...
Tuesday August 5, 2014
We continued our trip east on I-80 passing farm fields of corn, soy beans and plants we could not identify, it got a little monotonous. At exit 379 we headed south NE 15, then east on NE 33, south on NE 103 and finally NE 4 to the “Homestead National Monument of America” just west of the town of Beatrice. The monument is a tribute to the pioneers that settled ...
... black girl named Linda Brown lived in this neighborhood. She had a diverse group of friends in the area and looked forward to starting school here with all her friends, but was surprised to find that she was not allowed to go to Sumner, but would have to attend a "colored" school almost a mile away. Her father, with the support of the local NAACP, sued the school board, and this became ...