Our Land That We Love Tour took us north from Dallas into Oklahoma and then into Kansas. We left in the dark and missed the Welcome to Oklahoma sign. This sign lit up the darkness. We traveled 35 north.
I was driving when we entered Kansas so we missed the Welcome to Kansas sign, too.
We stopped at Costco in Wichita and when we got back on the road north we noticed there was a Mennonite Heritage Museum on our route we pulled off and enjoyed a visit there. More to come later.
We made it to our hotel in McPherson, Kansas for the night. On Friday we have a longer day of driving north to Nebraska and then west to Cheyenne, Wyoming. 569 miles which should take us 8 hours.
13 thoughts on “Thursday Was a North Day!”
The museum sounds like a fun time. It is great you are seeing so much of our beautiful country.
Take care, enjoy your weekend!
Thank you, Eileen. It was a great museum and a treat to see our book there.
…you are hitting all the spots!
I’m sure there are lots more spots to see but our journey now is concentrated on getting home. 🙂
That sign is great! Thought provoking for sure.
May you enjoy a good trip home. It is cool that you have the luxury of stopping whenever something interests you.
Vee, it’s been a great trip and now we are feeling the tug to get home. 🙂
The Mennonite museum sounds like a place I would really enjoy seeing! Safe travels 😊
Aimee, It was a great museum! Thank you!
I would have enjoyed the Mennonite museum too.
Great sign !
By now I bet you are looking forward to getting back home. 🙂
Karen, so many great signs and I’ve missed so many. We are looking forward to being home again.
I’ll look forward to hearing more about the Mennonite Heritage Museum. Hope that today’s leg of the journey was good, although I am sure that you are ready to be home now. It’s been quite the ride . . . lots of hours in the car!
Ellen – it’s on trips like this when one realizes the size of the country we live in! So much to see! Hope the rest of your journey is safe!
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