Days Inn Warrensburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We got here yesterday, after spending a couple days in Pender, Nebraska, picking up the car, tow bar, etc., and getting a tour of the Blue Ox Plant.
The temps started getting quite hot as soon as we got here - and we got out to enjoy the amazing pool very quickly.
This is a large park, but not full at all! It has the most amazing swimming ...
Rode a tough 110 miles into Sedalia but we were rewarded with one of the funniest friendship visits yet. It was over 110 people and a dance party! We buggies all night long and one of the caregivers told me that this event was looked forward to as much as Christmas. It makes me happy knowing we can have such a positive impact on ...
... many friends and family will be at the house all doing the same thing, or nobody will show up and the dog will be eaten by the cat!
All loaded up at 4:00am the 4 - teenagers assumed the sleep position immediately and as I write this some 4 hours later, are all still fast asleep. They have missed these exciting things: me crawling over Ryan and Emma to try and stop the maddening banging of the sliding side window handles ...
Our first stop has taken us 65 miles west of KC to my hometown Sedalia, Mo. We r staying with my Mom tonight and will be getting up at 6:30am tomorrow morning to head Nashville, TN. We will stay in Nashville until Saturday morning where we will head to our final destination Asheville NC. Setting: Jody's childhood home. Joseph is sitting on the couch drinking his second glass of wine. Shiloh is curled up next to him. Jody and his mom talk in the background while both on ...
Today consisted of :
4 state lines crossed or bordered in less than 1 mile: South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri
Miles and miles of corn, sunflowers and something that we think is canola or similar used to make canola oil. Did ...