Value Place Wichita North
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... Texas and the IHOP was playing it too during our dinner. The accents here are getting more southern too, but at this stage we are able to understand each other. Sam's ear is taking a while to come right. She is using an application that is removing a lot of gunk, but she is still having hearing difficulty. The weather has warmed up again after a few folder days up north. The tropical storm hitting the east coast isn't affecting here at all, so we are lucky yo be away from ...
It's the start of our road trip. First stop is Wichita, Kansas. We headed off on our adventure at 1pm after shopping at Michaels, Petco, Walmart and Target in Omaha. We left a little later than hoped but didn't mind provided we arrived in Wichita before dark. The road trip went smoothly with no issues and we arrived at 5:45pm after our 4 hour 45 minute drive. The ...
... we drove into Wichita to see my grandparents' old house where my mother was born and raised, and did a few touristy things as well. We visited the "Keeper of the Plains", a 44-ft. steel sculpture standing at the confluence of the Big and Little Arkansas rivers with hands raised in supplication to the Great Spirit. We were also able to go out to Janis and Jim's dairy farm to ...
... took us about an hour to get to Chicago, the flight went well but the plane was small for Kev and my feet were freaking COLD!! I wore sandals and the air vent was blowing right on my ankles the WHOLE TIME! Once we reached Chicago, I had just enough time to go to the bathroom and play with the toilet seat covers (the kind that rotate) I was kindly asked to leave by the maid (twice) so ...
... could tell. One thing we didn't know about was its large role in the aviation world. For instance, a majority of the world’s private airplanes, like Cessnas and Beechcraft, are made in Wichita. Other aviation companies like Learjet also have manufacturing facilities here. But the big momma of them all, Boeing, is leaving, which has really shaken up the town. Planes like the B-52 were manufactured here, so it's an emotional loss as well as ...