Travel Day! Nebraska to Kansas

The American roadtrip…its curiosities and secrets beckon to so many of us.  It is the dream of an unending circle of road connecting the Atlantic with the Pacific, the Appalachians with the Rockies, the North Maine Woods with the Sonoran Desert.  The dream of passing seamlessly through National Parks, seeing the growth of America, experiencing the cultures of our many great states.  The dream of a promise, offering us a chance to experience what inspires us most on this earth whether that be cities or streams, people or places, new or old, thrills or silence.  The American roadtrip meets each of its travelers exactly where they want to be found.

RVing is one thing, but it is the roadtripping aspect that really speaks to my heart.  The fancy RVs and the gadgets just don’t excite me, but a day on the road with our home in tow knowing that we can stop wherever we choose; now that, my friends, strikes in to the adventure side of my nature and takes hold.  Who knows what may be around the next corner?  Or who we might meet?  What secrets lay ahead waiting to be uncovered?  Or the lessons to be learned?  The unanswered questions make roadtripping continually interesting, even after over a year.

Since some of our favorite days are those spent on the road, we decided to share a travel day with you.  Come along and experience the drive from North Platte, Nebraska to Dodge City, Kansas for yourself.  We also give some tips for travel days too!

About Jen

I love travel, which led me to become a fulltime RVer. I love wellness, which I can talk about 'til the cows come home. I love being self-employed, which means I get to dabble in what interests me from essential oils to RV planners. But most importantly, I love my husband and our life together on the road!

3 comments on “Travel Day! Nebraska to Kansas

  1. Does your vehicle drive past historical markers? I am sure they are meant to stop at every one. : )
    Ya’ll are in the south and there is nowhere better to find wonderful old cemeteries. Don’t you just love that they often put more than just name and dates on them?? and the styles?

  2. Does your vehicle drive past historical markers? I am sure they are meant to stop at every one. : )
    Ya’ll are in the south now and there is nowhere better to find wonderful old cemeteries. Don’t you just love that they often put more than just name and dates on them?? and the styles?

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