Super 8 Neosho
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... first 6 hours (430 miles) till we turned south towards Witchita. We had to stop for gas at intervals of 2 hours or less. With 80 MPH speeds and the head wind our gas mileage was horrible. Picture taking was limited (and poor quality) for this portion of the trip east across Kansas. This probably sounds horrible (especially for ...
... learned the difference between a battle and a skirmish. To be considered a battle, several conditions must have been met: the armies of the two sides must actually face each other to fight; both sides must have a representative flag; each side must have a complete army including calvary. As noted in the Jefferson City museum, Missouri’s peoples were split in their support of the Union and the Confederate ...
... a new one was built and that is Jasper County Courthouse. As Route 66 winds its way towards Carthage the tower of this imposing structure can be seen from miles away. The downtown district around the courthouse is a picturesque plaza filled with small shops, antiques and art galleries. Carthage was also involved in the marble industry around the turn of the last century. The Missouri State Capitol, U.S. Capitol and White House are faced with ...
... I saw on the way to the blue hole was a lake park ... Maybe some of the run-off from the hole supplies it, I don't know... But, what I thought was pretty neat was that the city, or town, whatever it is turned the area into a recreation area... complete with water "playground"... I tried to get a photo of it. I thought it was something that should be done in our area water ways... ...
We drove through the beautiful Flint Hills of Kansas while driving east towards Missouri. This region was named for the abundant flint that eroded from the bedrock, and it has the most dense coverage of tallgrass prairie in North America. Due to its rocky soil, the early settlers were unable to plow the area, resulting in a predominance of cattle ranches which benefited by the tallgrass prairie. It is ...