|We ran over to the McDonald's in Atchison for breakfast and to check the Internet using their WiFi. Had a nice conversation with former sister-in-law Angie Gray who we ran into at the MickeyD’s. We were driving through the campground to the dump station when the Ranger pulled us over. He wanted to know if we had seen anything the previous evening. Evidently they had some vandalism in the bathrooms during the night. As we were leaving the poice were arriving. Can’t believe some people! Anyway, we drove north on Rt. 59 to St. Joseph, then west on Rt. 36, also known as the Pony Express Highway, to midway across Kansas. We left the hilly north eastern Kansas corn, soybean, and sorgum fields and entered cattle ranch territory. We stopped at at wayside for a picnic lunch. In one small town we stopped at a bank to purchase a roll of quarters for the washer/dryers at the next campground so that we could finish the laundry. At this point it was a very humid 100 degrees! We turned south on Rt. 81 to Salina, then west on I-70 for about 60 miles to Wilson. We drove about 9 miles north to Wilson Lake and the Lucas COE campground. The campground was nice, but the temperature at 5 PM was 110 humid degrees. We had all three air conditioners going and we were comfortable, but we did not barbecue dinner outside as it was simply too hot, even though there was a nice breeze. The campground was empty since it was a weeknight, and we had not made reservations it was not expensive. We had a nice view of the lake and decided that we would like to return in cooler weather. We watched some TV, were able to connect to the internet, and went to bed.