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Update #16 - June 26th
Fort Scott, Kansas
5,780.85 miles (9,249.36 KM)





I'm one day away from the Baxter Springs, Kansas/ Quapaw, Oklahoma area. On April 27th at about 5:30 PM (CST), an EF2 tornado hit Quapaw doing damage to 50 structures (homes and stores) and injuring 12 people. The same tornado hit Baxter Springs and caused damage to 100 structures (mostly homes) and injuring 34 people and killing one person. The tornado remained on the ground for 13 minutes along a 11.25 miles (18.11 km) path. In Quapaw, there was no warning by the National Weather Service because they saw no tornado signature until it was directly over the town . The people in Baxter Springs were given just a warning a few minutes before it had hit so they had to scramble for shelter.

After checking out the recovery effort in Baxter Springs and possibly in Quapaw, Oklahoma, I'll be making a return visit to Joplin, Missouri to see how the recovery effort is progressing. A good portion of Joplin was destroyed after a catastrophic EF5 multiple-vortex tornado struck late in the afternoon of Sunday, May 22, 2011.

From Joplin, I'll be going to Vilonia, Arkansas. On April 28th, an EF4 tornado caused major damage to Vilonia. Most of the damage was in the Parkwood Meadows subdivision at the Northeast side of town. Entire rows of homes were reduced to bare slabs at this location. With winds estimated as high as 190 mph (310 km/h) and the circulation spanning 0.75 miles (1.21 km), the tornado moved through the town center. Numerous homes and businesses were destroyed with only piles of debris or bare slabs left behind. Businesses in town that were destroyed included a Dollar General, a strip mall, and an auto shop. Nine people were killed in the town. Another structure that was destroyed was the Vilonia Middle School, which was in the process of being re-dedicated and re-opened. The school had been destroyed during a tornado that hit the town on April 25, 2011. This tornado had been an EF2 and had killed 4 people. Overall, the April 28, 2014 tornado the tornado remained on the ground for an hour, from 7:06 p.m. to 8:06 p.m. (0006 0106 UTC), and traveled along a 41.3 miles (66.5 km) path. Sixteen people lost their lives due to the tornado, making it the deadliest in Arkansas since an F4 killed 35 on May 15, 1968.

My plan after Vilonia, Arkansas is to possibly visit the El Paso and Mayflower, Arkansas areas. They were also hit by tornadoes on April 28th. After these stops, I plan to head East across Arkansas to the Mississippi River; ride Northwards along the Mississippi River to St. Louis, Missouri; cross the Mississippi River near Granite City, Illinois and then head Eastwards across Southern Illinois and Indiana to the Cincinnati, Ohio area. From Cincinnati, I'll be riding to Lexington, Kentucky where I hope to hook up with the
Christian Appalachian Project (C.A.P.) and maybe volunteer the rest of the year and possibly over the Winter. If C.A.P. doesn't work out, there is another ministry in Georgia that I might want to check out and maybe volunteer with. From Sabula, Iowa to Lexington, Kentucky (where C.A.P. is headquartered), my tentative route is about 3,000 miles (4,800 km) long.

June 15 : Grand Island, NB to Grand Island, NB - 02.68 miles (04.29 km)

I had a somwhat okay night. For dinner, we had take out chicken and veggie pizza. Mario and I ate because Mark was on a diet. There wasn't an extra bedroom so Mark made up the front room sofa. I wasn't able to go to bed early because there was a late night thunderstorm. There was a tornado warning for about a half hour. There was a possible tornado near Hastings. There was a lot of horizontal lightning that lit up the tops of the clouds. There was a lot of rain. It was hard falling and staying asleep because the sofa was narrow. I had a hard time sleeping on my side. I fell asleep around 11 PM.

I was able to stay asleep till around 5 AM. I was the first one up. After getting cleaned up and dressed, I got Alice packed up. After having some pizza for breakfast, I left the house around 8:30 AM. I rode into the downtown area. I stopped at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. The service was going to start at 9:30 AM.

I got to meet with Rev Robert Lewis before the service started. After the sermon, there was a part of the service where people who had birthdays during the upcoming week come up front for a blessing. After the blessing, Rev Lewis let me speak for a few minutes. This was my 36th church. After the service, there was a coffee hour downstairs in the fellowship hall. Near the end, three people came up to me and slipped me GHs of $20 each. Instead of letting me stay in the church, Rev Lewis took me across the street to the low cost motel. The motel was a Potel but it was okay. At least, the room was okay. There was a KFC next door.

Today was Rev Lewis first anniversary at the church. He and his family came up from Ocala, Florida. His wife had serious problems with tree pollen allergies. It was really interesting that Rev Lewis knew where Reddick was.

This is the farthest West that I'm going in Nebraska. Last night while updating the website I did some research on the internet to see what kind of tornado had hit the Upland area. I learned that the tornado was just a minor one (EF0) and it had briefly touched down Northwest of Upland and had caused no damage. I'm going to move on to my next leg of the tour that will take me to the Baxter Springs, Kansas/ Hammond, Kansas/ Quapaw, Oklahoma area.

On April 27th at about 5:30 PM (CST), an EF2 tornado hit Quapaw doing damage to 50 structures (homes and stores) and injuring 12 people. The same tornado hit Baxter Springs and caused damage to 100 structures (mostly homes) and injuring 34 people and killing one person. The tornado remained on the ground for 13 minutes along a 11.25 miles (18.11 km) path. In Quapaw, there was no warning by the National Weather Service because they saw no tornado signature until it was directly over the town. The people in Baxter Springs were given just a warning a few minutes before it had hit so they had to scramble for shelter.

After checking out the recovery effort in Baxter Springs and possibly in Quapaw, Oklahoma, I'm thinking about making a return visit to Joplin, Missouri to see how the recovery effort is progressing. A good portion of Joplin was destroyed after a catastrophic EF5 multiple- vortex tornado struck late in the afternoon of Sunday, May 22, 2011.

From Joplin, I'll be going to Vilonia, Arkansas. On April 28th, an EF4 tornado caused major damage to Vilonia. Most of the damage was in the Parkwood Meadows subdivision at the Northeast side of town. Entire rows of homes were reduced to bare slabs at this location. With winds estimated as high as 190 mph (310 km/h) and the circulation spanning 0.75 miles (1.21 km), the tornado moved through the town center. Numerous homes and businesses were destroyed with only piles of debris or bare slabs left behind. Businesses in town that were destroyed included a Dollar General, a strip mall, and an auto shop. Nine people were killed in the town.

Another structure that was destroyed was the Vilonia Middle School, which was in the process of being re-dedicated and re-opened. The school had been destroyed during a tornado that hit the town on April 25, 2011. This tornado had been an EF2 and had killed 4 people. Overall, the April 28, 2014 tornado the tornado remained on the ground for an hour, from 7:06 p.m. to 8:06 p.m. (0006 0106 UTC), and traveled along a 41.3 miles (66.5 km) path. Sixteen people lost their lives due to the tornado, making it the deadliest in Arkansas since an F4 killed 35 on May 15, 1968.

June 16 : Grand Island, NB to York, NB - 48.62 miles (77.79 KM) km)

I had a somewhat okay night. There was a KFC next door so I got a hot boxed take out meal. For dessert, I had the chocolate cupcakes and chocolate ice cream sandwich that I had bought at the grocery store earlier in the afternoon. There wasn't any wifi. I went to bed around 10:30 PM and I slept till around 5:00 AM.

I left the motel around 6:50 AM. The sky was really overcast and grey with fog. It looked like it was going to storm. I headed South to US 34 and then I turned East. It was a tricky ride to Aurora because there was a stiff cross/tailwind from the Southwest. The winds were beyond 20 mph (32 kmph) and sometimes there were gusts up to 30 mph (48 kmph).

I got into Aurora around 10:30 AM. I stopped for an early lunch at a McDs. I was thinking about stopping early for the day because the sky was dark in the West when I went in but the sky was clear when I went outside. I decided to keep on going to York. The ride to Hampton went okay.

Just before getting into Hampton, I saw some wind damage to a moving irrigation rig in a farm. This wasn't the only damage in the area. There was a train going East but the train was on the wrong track for Eastbound traffic. As soon as the train had gone passed, I saw something that I never saw before. There were several strings of hopper rail cars but quite a few of them were overturned. A few of them were derailed off the track. Several had the wheels off the trucks. Five of the cars were lying on their sides. I wasn't sure if they were empty or not. I didn't see any coal on the ground. I stopped at a gas station in Hampton for a break. I learned that a week ago last Friday there was a tornado in the area but the damage could have been done by straight line winds. I am not sure how they are going to remove the cars. At least, there doesn't seem to be any track damage.

From Hampton to York, the ride went okay but in a couple of places the winds were really strong. I got into York around 2:20 PM. I stopped at the Emmanuel Lutheran church. The pastor arranged for a room at a motel South of town.

June 17 : York, NB to Seward, NB - 36.49 miles (58,38 km)

I had an okay night. I stayed up kind of late because I wanted to learn more about the town of Pilger. Around 5 PM, a major thunderstorm supercell went through the Northeastern section of the state about 100 miles (160 km) from where I was staying. Twin tornadoes (preliminary estimates say that the tornadoes were at least EF4s with winds up to 200 mph.) went through the small rural town of Pilger (population of 350) and pretty well destroyed the town. 75% of the buildings in town were destroyed. One of the tornadoes went right up Main Street and took out the Business District. Among the damaged or destroyed buildings were the town hall, fire department, post office, library, school, and the St. John's Lutheran Church.

40 to 50 homes were destroyed or damaged beyond repair when the tornados hit. Residents had about 10 minutes to take shelter after warnings sounded, officials said. There was one death. A five year old girl was killed when the mobile home that she lived in was destroyed. Two dozen other people were injured. Power poles are down in the area so NB 275 was closed. The town was blockaded off. A red cross shelter was being set up in the high school in nearby Winside. The National Guard was being called out. It would be at least 4 days before anybody could come in to Pilger if they are not residents, law enforcement, first responders, or other designated rescue workers. For 3 or 4 hours, the county that I was in was under a tornado watch as well.

I woke up a little before 6 AM. There was a good hot breakfast. I left the motel around 7:20 AM and I rode back through town to get back on US 34. The ride East went okay even though I had to deal with a cross/ tailwind that was between 15 and 30 mph (24 and 48 kmph). It was hot in the low 80s and was supposed to get up into the mid 90s by mid afternoon. I was only planning to ride to Seward.

I got into the Seward area a litttle after noon. I stopped at a DQ for some lunch. After lunch, I rode around town to see if I could find a church. I wasn't able to find a church big enough to have an office. I stopped at the police station. A friendly officer told me about the Hillcrest Evangelical Free church that was South of town.

At the church, I met up with one of the associate ministers. I got permission to stay in the church for the night. I'm spending the night in the college/ sr high sunday school classroom and sleeping on a sofa. The plusses that there is a washer and dryer to use, showers, and wifi access.

Because of a high heat warning again tomorrow, I'm just going to ride to Lincoln. I'm going to try and find a low cost motel room for the night .

June 18 : Seward, NB to Lincoln, NB - 27.46 miles (43.94 km)

I had an okay night. The church quiet after 5 PM. It was nice having access to the washer and dryer that was in the pre-school. One of the classrooms had three showers in it. The church used to be a department store so I guess the classroom used to be an employee locker room. I had access to the kitchen and I was given the code to the wifi network. The sofa in the classroom was comfy and I didn't use any of my bedding. I went to sleep around 10 PM and I slept till around 5:30 AM.

I left the church around 6:30 AM. It was warm in the 70s. The sky was sunny. I backtracked through town and then I got back on US 34 and headed East to Lincoln. The ride East went okay. The winds were still in the upper 20s. There were some rolling hills to ride over. Most of the highway had been repaved so there was a smooth shoulder to ride along.

I got into the Lincoln area around 10 AM. I stopped for an early lunch at a BK. Right next to the BK parking lot was a billboard sign for a motel that had rates in the upper $50s. The motel was just a couple of blocks away. When I got to the motel, there was another price listed on their electric sign. There was a $10 difference. I went inside to check it out. Even though it was a high end national chain, the manager was from India. I didn't think that it was going to be a Potel. I was told that the price increase was because of a college sports event in Omaha 50 miles away.

A couple of blocks away was a Super 8. I decided to try it. The rate was $5 less than the advertised rate of the first motel that I had stopped at. I think I got an AARP discount. The room that I got was on the second floor but there wasn't an elevator. There was a grocery store across the street.

I'm going to get on the road early tomorrow again. There is already an advisosry for high heat There is also the possibility of thunderstorms. I'm going to try and make it to Syracuse 32 miles (51 km) away.

I've been learning more about Pilger. The rare twin tornadoes that spun through on Monday night wiped out the town's business district, obliterated its fire station and ground 40 or 50 homes into rubble, Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger said. As much as three-fourths of the town of 350 is gone, Unger said. Two people died during the storm -- one a 5-year-old. The second death -- a traffic accident -- was probably weather-related, Unger said.

In Nebraska, severe weather also caused damage in the towns of Wisner, Stanton and Pender. All four communities are within about 40 miles (64 km) of one another, about an hour and a half northwest of Omaha. The National Weather Service also received unconfirmed tornado reports from Iowa, North Dakota and in Wisconsin, where emergency workers were searching homes in Madison and Verona after possible wind damage there, according to police. There were no reports of injuries or deaths, authorities said.

June 19 : Lincoln, NB to Syracuse, NB - 40.62 miles (64.99 km)

I had an okay night. I went to bed around 10:30 PM. I woke up early around 4 AM. There was a good free breakfast. I was going to head out early but there was a rain shower going through the area. I had to wait till around 7:20 AM to head out. Before leaving, I saw on the news that there was another tornado last night but this one was in South Dakota. It caused some damage to some homes but there were no deaths or injuries. Yesterday, almost 2,000 people where bused in as volunteers to help with the clean-up in Pilger.

The ride South on 27th Street to NB 2 went okay. I was a mile (2 km) or so East of the downtown area so I didn't get to see the state capitol. About 5 miles (8 km) down the road, the sky got really dark and I got caught in a brief rain shower. The rain only lasted 10 minutes. Once on NB 2 (Nebraska Highway), the ride went really well because it was a divided 4 lane highway with a smooth paved shoulder. For most of the way through the rest of Lincoln, there was a paved bike path on the North side of the highway but I didn't ride along it. The speed of the wind was really down from the last couple of days and in some ways it was even a tailwind. Even with some rolling hills, I got 31 miles (50 km) in by noon.

The rest of the way into Syracuse went okay. I was concerned about how dark the sky was getting. On the way into the business district, I saw a billboard sign for an ELCA church, Luther Memorial, but it didn't have a street address or directions. It took a while finding the church. There was a lady pastor. She was originally from california but she had gone to Luther College in Decorah and Wartburg Seminary in Dubuque. This was her third church. Since it was starting to sprinkle, Alice was brought inside the church and put in the narthax. The pastor lived next door so she went and got me something to eat. Instead of letting me stay in the church, the pastor offered to get me a room at the motel on the outside of town that I had passed. She also gave me a ministerial association voucher so I could get some food from a nearby gas station.

Tomorrow, it is not going to be raining but it is going to be hot in the afternoon. The weather system that has been effecting the region has finally moved Eastwards into Iowa. I'm either going to be stopping in Nebraska City or going on to Auburn. This will have me getting into Kansas Saturday. I'm about 310 miles (496 km) away from Baxter Springs.

June 20 : Syracuse, NB to Auburn, NB - 42.81 miles (68.50 km)

I had an okay night. It would have been better if the wifi network had worked. I went to bed around 9:00 PM. I woke up early around 4 AM. There was a good free and hot breakfast with biscuits and gravy. The sky was clear and the winds were down when I got on the road around 7:20 AM.

The ride to Nebraska city went okay. After a short break, I headed South on US 75. The winds were light but they didn't slow me down some. Even with some rolling hills to get over, I got a whopping 35 miles (56 km) in by noon.

I got into Auburn a little before 1 pm. I stopped for a late lunch. The temperature sign at a bank said that it was 92. It took a while finding some of the local churches but there was nobody around them. I stopped at the law enforcement office near the county courthouse. I got directed to a nearby auto repair shop because the owner was a Methodist pastor of a church in the country and was also head of the local ministerial association. He called the law enforcement office to give approval so I would be given a voucher for a room at a local motel.

I was going to ride into Kansas tomorrow morning but because of a high heat threat again tomorrow I am going to change my route so I can stop for the day in Falls City 25 miles (40 km) away.

June 21 : Auburn, NB to Falls City, NB - 37.91 miles (60.66 km)

I had an okay night. I went to bed around 9:00 PM. I woke up early around 4 AM. I was hoping to head out before 7 AM but it was raining. I waited till around 7:20 AM. On the way out of town, I stopped at a grocery store to get a few things. The sky was a little overcast and it was cool. The ride to Falls City went okay. I got 35 miles (56 km) in by noon.

I got into Falls City around 12:30 PM. I stopped to get some lunch. I was debating on whether to go on to Hiawatha, Kansas 18 miles (29 km) away but it was already in the upper 80s. I decided to try and connect with a minister. I stopped at the police station. The friendly lady on the desk was able to connect me with the ministerial association. A room was arranged for at the motel on the Northern edge of town.

Instead of staying in town for church tomorrow morning, I'm going to get on the road early before 7 AM and ride to Hiawatha, Kansas and find a church there.

June 22 : Falls City, NB to Hiawatha, KS - 18.11 miles (28.98 km)

I had an okay night. I went to bed around 10:00 PM. I woke up early around 4 AM. I didn't fill like staying around the motel for a couple of hours and then going to a church in town. There wasn't much for me to do because the motel's wifi was down. I decided to leave early and ride to Hiawatha, KS.

I got on the road around 6:20 AM. It was about a 5 mile (8 km) ride to the KS state line. The ride to Hiawatha went okay. There wasn't much traffic along the way. I got into Hiawatha around 8:15 AM. I saw a sign for the First United Methodist Church. I got there around 8:45 AM. The first service had started at 8:30 AM so I had only missed the first 15 minutes. After the sermon and before the prayers for the people, there was a time where visitors could tell who they are. I introduced myself and was able to speak a few words about what I'm doing. After the service, an older gentleman slipped me $20 in a GH. I talked with the pastor and he said that I could stay the rest of the day in the church. I'd just have to wait for the 2nd service to end at 11:45 AM. During the second service, I was introduced but wasn't given the chance to speak. After the service, I was taken downstairs and was given permission to stay in the junior high room that had a lot of couches in it.

I'm not sure how far I'm going to make it tomorrow. There is supposed to be an 80% chance for rain most of the day. I was hoping to ride to Atchison tomorrow.

June 23 : Hiawatha, KS to Atchison, KS - 43.55 miles (69.68 km)

I had an okay night. I went to bed around 9:00 PM. I woke up early around 4 AM. I didn't staying late so I got on the road a little after 6 AM. The sky was overcast and the temp was in the low 70s. The ride to Atchinson went really well. The miles flew by really quickly. I got the first 20 miles in by around 8:30 AM.

I got into Atchinson around 11 AM. I stopped to take some pictures of the steam engine and rail cars at the Sante Fe Railroad station. In the downtown area, I stopped at the First Presbyterian Church but the minister was at a conference. I went to the nearby First Christian Church. The pastor was in the office. The pastor was pretty friendly. Instead of letting me stay in the church for the night, there was an offer to get me a room at the Super 8 in the SW corner of the city. Before going to the motel, I stopped at a McDs for some lunch.

If the weather is okay, I'll be riding through Leavenworth to Bonner Springs. If the weather is bad, I'll just be stopping in Leavenworth.

June 24 : Atchison, KS to Olanthe, KS - 63.31 miles (101.20 km)

I had an okay night. I went to bed around 9:00 PM. I woke up early around 4 AM. There was a good free breakfast. I left the motel around 6:20 AM. It was a tricky ride back down the hill to US 73/ KY 7. The highway was designated as the Amelia Earhart Highway. Amelia Earhart was born in Atchison. Once back on the highway, there was a couple of mile (3 km) climb up out of the Missouri River Valley and to the top of a plateau. I was starting my ride through the Glacial Hills, which was a designated Scenic Highway. I got the first 20 miles (32 km) in by 9:15 AM. I was riding along the Lewis and Clark Trail.

Near the outskirts of Leavenworth, I started to ride passed the federal prison. There was a fenced in field up front that had a herd of buffalo in it. There were a couple of baby buffalo. I had to stop and take some pictures of them. Right passed the prison was the huge army fort. I got real close to the Missouri River. It was an okay ride through Leavenworth. I stopped for a break.

The ride to Bonner Springs went okay. I got into Bonner Springs around 11:30 AM. I was going to possibly stop for the day there but I stopped only for lunch. I had an okay ride to Olanthe. I got into downtown Olanthe around 2:15 PM. I rode through the downtown area but I only found one church (the first christian). It took a bit of time finding the office but there was a sign on the door that said that the office had closed at 1 PM. I wasn't sure if I was going to get any farther because it was getting dark in the West. From what I found out there were some motels near I-35. About a mile and a half before the interstate, I came across another motel. I decided to stop and check out the rates. The motel looked clean and I was given a senior discount.

I'm going to do a 32 mile (51 km) ride to Osawatomie tomorrow. I'm 3 days away from Baxter Springs. Between Mound city and Fort Scott, I might visit the town of Pleasonton. A tornado completely destroyed a church that dated to 1867. Just before Fort Scott, I might be stopping to check out the small town of Hammond. On the same day as the Baxter Springs tornado an EF1 hit. The tornado toppled a grain elevator onto railroad cars and damaged six homes before quickly moving north into Linn County. In Baxter Springs, the EF2 tornado traveled about eight miles, starting in Quapaw, Oklahoma, and ending about two miles northeast of Baxter Springs. The twister was roughly 150 yards wide in the Baxter Springs area. Winds were measured at 130 mph (208 kmph). The storm left 25 people in Baxter Springs injured and damaged more than 100 homes and businesses.

June 25 : Olanthe, KS to Osawatomie, KS - 31.22 miles (49.95 km)

I had an okay night. I went to bed around 9:00 PM. I woke up early around 4 AM. There wasn't much of a breakfast because the breakfast room was being remodeled. I left the motel around 6:20 AM. The ride South along US 169 went okay. The highway was 4 lane divided and there was a paved shoulder. I stopped at a shopping center outside of Spring Hill for a break. Nothing really interesting happened along the way to Osawatomie.

I got into Osawatomie around 11 AM. After a short break, I rode into the downtown area. I stopped at the First Presbyterian. There was a lady minister. She was pretty friendly but it turns out that she was like an employee of the church because she had to get approval from the session board of the church. She placed a call to her friend, the lady pastor, at the Methodist church. I got invited to spend the night in the library/ parlor. The church was hopping downstairs in the fellowship hall because there was a feeding program for the local kids so they can get a free meal now that school is out. Six of the local churches send groups to the Methodist church every Wednesday and provide a meal and a program. Today, a group from the Assembly of G-D church put on a Hawaiian meal and program with games. June 26 : Osawatomie, KS to Fort Scott, KS - 63.94 miles (102.30 km)

I had an okay night camping out in the library/ parlor. I was nice having a hot meal of spaghetti. There was also chocolate ice cream for desser. I took up the pastor's offer of packing up some food from the food pantry. I went to bed around 9:00 PM.

I woke up early around 4 AM. I left the church around 6:10 AM. It was pretty cool when I got back on KS 7. The ride to Mound City went okay. Along the way, I helped a turtle get across the road. Along the way, I had a deer cross the road in front of me and also two large wild turkeys. There was about a two mile (3 km) section of road construction to get through where there was just a one lane road. After a short break in Mound City, I headed East on KS 52 to US 63. Along the way, I rode passed the Mound Creek Civil War Battlefield Park.

The ride on US 69 to Prescott went okay because the paved shoulder along the divided 4 lane highway was concrete. I got a whopping 42 miles (67 km) in by noon. I stopped at a gas station outside of Prescott for some lunch. Between Prescott and Fort Scott, US 69 was restricted access so I had to get on the county road that was the old highway. Between Fulton and Hammond, I met up with a couple on bikes who were heading North to get on the Lewis and Clark Trail. I didn't go into Hammond so I wasn't able to check out the tornado damage at the grain silos and railroad track.

I got into Fort Scott around 4 PM. I stopped at the First Baptist Church. There was a Vacation Bible School going on with a pirate theme. I got to meet up with the pastor. Instead of letting me spend the night at the church, there was an offer to get me a room at a local motel.

I'm 57 miles (91 km) away from Baxter Springs. The next trip update should be posted sometime between July 03rd and July 10th.




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