Super 8 Motel Topeka/Wanamaker Rd/I-70
Travel Blogs from Topeka
Today we left Denver and headed to Topeka on the longest drive of our trip. We were planning on taking a few bathroom stops and a quilt shop stop. Our estimated driving time was about 7.5 hours without the stops. Somehow we arrived early, which is a really good thing. Although I'm not physically tired like I was yesterday, I …
... helicopter as he was flown out of an area in Vietnam.
We stopped at the Kansas National Guard Museum where Corky showed us the type of 155mm gun on which he served during Vietnam. It was very interesting to see just a little bit of what he did during those years of service.
After lunch we went to the Kansas Museum of History. This is a great museum depicting many interesting elements of Kansas history. Among many other things, they have a ...
... walked up. We enjoyed dinner together just catching up.
On Monday morning, along with Corky and Pam, we visited with Tammy's aunt Vonda and cousin Sandra. They knew we were coming and we enjoyed chatting with them.
We then went to visit Tammy's uncle Carroll. He turns 90 next month. Though he had been told that we were coming, it took a little while for the ...
... nine-hundred feet, we enjoy biking again!
The rolling terrain around the lakes is wonderful and the air enriched by the surrounding green fields! It's great to be in an Eco-system that's working well. Here even a simple act like breathing requires a lot less energy! Like always, when energy is up, spirits are up as well.
Stay Well.. Do Good..
..from.. A Cowboy's Guide To Life
“Don't Squat With Yer Spurs On!”... Ain't ...
... in the past - Cadillac Ranch, the giant cross in Groom, TX, and the leaning water tower. When we arrived at the McLean exit we decided it was worth checking out. The website says"In 1929, Phillips Petroleum chose McLean as the location for its first Texas station. The building’s quaint Tudor Revival design complete with shutters and an exterior brick chimney reflected the trend of building gas stations that looked like ...