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... went into the car). The drive took us into Oklahoma for a few hours, and pretty close to Oklahoma City, before entering into Texas with about 1 hour of the 5 1/2 hour drive to go. We made good time on the trio until we hit some extensive roadworks, and peak hour traffic just before Fort Worth. The last 20 minutes of the drive actually took us 45 minutes, which frustrated us when we were so close to being there. There were heaps of country stations on the radio as ...
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 ...
Oklahoma should be called the "Wind Turbine State" instead of the "Sooner State" -- there are thousands upon thousands of them! And at a million dollars per turbine, you do the math. As we got closer to Kansas the dirt magically became brown -- as dirt should be. Kansas epitomizes the U.S. heartland with its Great Plains setting of rolling wheat farms -- except this time of year ...
... I got a little packet with earphones (for the movie), a thing to put over my eyes if I should sleep, AND socks!! I was so excited to see these because my feet were so cold before on the other flight. At one point my hands were cold so I used them as sock puppets and did a play for Kev (he shook his head a lot), good times!
Although the flights to Europe are long, I have to ...
... to attract people and stimulate the local economy. It was hard to tell just how well this has worked for Wichita, as we were there in mid-morning, and streets were relatively quiet.
We visited some of the city’s highlights like its iconic statue, called "Keeper of the Plains” which honors the native peoples of Kansas, and is located on sacred Indian ground. Here, as in a number of other places we visited, native tribal ...