I have a problem.
A tip: We booked our room only a day in advance on Orbitz, and because it is Kinderhook's off season, the rooms were cheaper than the local Hampton Inn! Woot woot!
A few notes here:
1. I was so excited to see the Merc, I forgot my nice camera! So the pics from here on out are from our iPhones. Sorry! I lost my wits, seriously!
2. Let me take a moment and commend my awesome husband. I mean, what kind of man drives 11+ hours to take his wife to a town in the middle of nowhere so she can be a crazy fan-girl with mostly middle-aged women in cold, rainy March? This guy! There should be monuments built in his honor. He should hold seminars and charge lots of money. And then he should use that money to take me back to Kinderhook and Pawhuska.
Is that selfish?
Wait a second... didn't I camp out in the middle of nowhere IN A TENT for 10 days so he could look at antelope?
That's right, my ladies. It's all about the give and take.
But still, thank you, Jacob. You are an amazing man.
So ladies, don't be afraid to bring along your husbands. The food will make the trip worth it.
He ordered the steak dinner, Reed ordered mac n' cheese, and I ordered the half chicken parmesan. We split chips and queso, and even after stuffing our faces we had enough leftovers for dinner at the hotel.
Where does he get this weirdness?
I thought I'd died and gone to heaven.
Ree is so cool like that.
At least that's what I'm telling myself.
You just might have to go camping for ten days first. It's worth it.
Oh, and Reed learned a new sleeping-while-traveling trick on our roadtrip. Experienced little fellow!