We were up and out on the road by this morning and the scenery remained the same for about a hundred miles or so, then almost imperceptibly the land started to roll. Like a sailor watching the sea swells growing in the ocean, the rollers became hills and valleys. Up a hill and down into valley, cross a small stream and up another hill. I must say it was a lot more interesting then yesterday.
In Topeka I-70 becomes part of the Kansas Turnpike and continues as such until the
border. A word of caution, if you’re navigating with a Garmin GPS and it tells you
to turn at exit 197 and at exit 202, don’t do it. Just keep following the Missouri signs. St.
both KS and MO was fairly dense. Kansas City
Tonight we repeat our lodging from Day 4, The Drury Inn in
, one of the nicer places along the way. It’s
the home of the Kickback,
cocktails in the lounge. Hey, it’s almost
now. Gotta go. Independence,
No photos today.