We left from Albany on Thursday morning and it was really foggy. For the first two hours all I could do was 35 miles an hour. We had difficulty finding a campground. One we went in was at some sand dunes and there was hundreds of ATV. We declined to stay. Other campgrounds we went to didn't have any spaces wide enough for us. So we ended up driving 500 miles to Cheney Lakes Campground. While we were there we visited with Ken Cowles who is a regular on the Hitchhiker forum that I frequent. We even had dinner together. Ken is the campground host and he is not retired yet and he works in Wichata. We stayed Thursday and Friday nights at Cheney Lake. On Saturday morning we only had a short drive (150 miles) to Chanute so we stopped at the Hopalong Cassidy and Western Museum. They had lots of the stuff that we used to beg our parents to buy when we were kids. We only spent 30 minutes in the museum as I am not a real museum person. We arrived right after lunch in Chanute and got set up. The campground is free in Chanute for the first two days, and now they also have free wifi. I will add more pictures later.