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... were required to detour around a MOA which turned out to be an Army Air Force Base! The Kansas River came into view – we were heading for Philip Billard Municipal airport just off to the north of the River and here the camera battery became 'exhausted’! (A little like the pilot who hadn’t done a three sector day for some considerable time!)
It was 1815hrs by the time we had taxied to the apron and shut down ...
... and the organ was installed at that time. The stained glass windows were very beautiful. Another church we saw was First Presbyterian. We had read that some of the windows in this church were Tiffany Windows. We assume they were the front ones as these were quite unique in color. It was interesting to see these.
We passed a very big and unusual building and as we did we noticed that it was Topeka High School. It sure did not look like a high ...
Time is ticking. By this time tomorrow I will be on a plane. 2 hours to Atlanta, a lay-over, and a 10 hour flight to Roma.
At this point, prayers for safety (that it would be in HIS will), last minute packing, and that my final hours home in Kansas would not be wasted, is what I would appreciate most.
... cold. Warming up back on the boat took forever!
Free time tonight consisted of four of us going to a really nice italian restaurant where I ironicly got a ham and cheese omelet -- I guess after being away from home for so long I started to miss our boring old food. Julie couldn't eat there, due to the menu, so we joined her at Fresco's for her gluten free dinner.
... will still love her in the morning, but I doubt any of them do.
Quickly approaching were the sunset, hunger pains, an empty fuel tank, and the Kansas border. I had always heard tales of a mythical food chain in the midwest that ushered in greatness and glory. A food chain that separates the boys from the men. The weak from the strong. Hardees (aka Carl's Jr?). Any reader who is familiar I can imagine grunting in agreement and appreciation. It ...