Trails West Motel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... wheat farms are all ready and waiting to be planted. Besides wheat fields we also saw a lot of sorghum, soybeans, and corn. We're staying in the Cheney State Park, adjacent to the Cheney Reservoir -- a 6,800-acre inland lake with many small boats taking advantage of the upcoming holiday weekend. In fact they have Wed. evening sailboat races -- just like Vermilion. Seeing ...
... I sent them a congratulations card and Mamie actually sent me a thank you letter on White House stationery.....which I still have! We then drove the Eisenhower memorial Road 15 to two of my family's hometowns....Newton and Sedgwick. Loved Gavin's navigation as he drove me by the farm home of my biological father and then to the cemetery where he and his wife are buried. Loved it when he said, "that's my ...
... I'll go back and fill in possibly, maybe...perhaps.
To be honest its Kansas at the moment which has meant hot hot hot days. Past couple of days we have been blesssed with amazing (or kicking to use the Americans preferred term) tail wind. Combined with shorter cycle days of mid 60 miles this has been lovely.
So today we blasted along, stopped at Dairy Queen for milkshake at 9.15. Could not miss it. ...
We have moved from the cold of the mountains to a heatwave in Kansas and boy has it been a shock! To make life a bit harder, we've had strong winds blowing every day. When the road turns even a bit southwards, these evil winds seem like howling headwinds. Everybody has been a bit sunburned and we've chugged down water, but it's been hard going. I've attached a photo... I promised answers to some questions in the last post. I'm ...
... for most of us. We continued through Ellinwood noting the swelling streams and channels in the fields filled with the earlier rains. Quivira, the mythical Lost city of gold that Coronado sought in the 16th century was in this area. History has taught that he came this far before turning back to ...