We decided we needed one more road trip before the Ks. weather turns to winter. Temp is in the 60's/70's so Ol Blue is begging to give it one more shot last Thursday.

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There's a place in Burden Ks. that has the biggest Chicken Fries steak in Ks. Sounds like a destination to me so off we went. Had to stop in one local of the towns along Hwy 99 for a little snack. Two large rolls cost us a whopping 4 bucks.

We avoid 4 lane roads whenever possible. Touring the back roads of Ks is most enjoyable. Small towns, limestone fences, houses and barns are all welcome sites, withstanding the ravages of time. We probably drove a total of 9mi. on Interstate. We arrived at the café mid-afternoon. The chicken fried steak didn't disappoint!. It was huge, a great piece of beef, great gravy, mashed taters, corn, roll and salad bar, $20. Needless to say we ate on it a couple days.

Ol Blue rolled down the the road without a hitch. Drove right at 70...

My apologies for messing up the sequence of pics, etc. Haven't posted enough to know the in's and out's


Yeah Tony- I truly enjoy, just putting on miles on Ol Blue. thanks. Our round trip was about 700 miles, Easy to do when driving the Ks. hills and plains. Guess its time to refresh a few things over the winter to get ready for next season

Great way to wind up the season!  Beautiful car and I like the custom front plate.  Price aside, I think 700 miles round trip was a bargain for that meal.  Unfortunately, there's pretty much nothing on the plate I can eat anymore, but it brings back great memories.  Thanks for posting, Roy

Tom, Fantastic pictures and fantastic story! We almost have a newsletter cover feature here. Maybe a couple more pictures and a couple more paragraphs with a bit more detail on the Caddy and we can feature your car in an upcoming newsletter. Looking back you joined the Chapter back in Dec 2013, or almost 10 years ago, so it is about time we feature these Blue Beauty!   Regardless, thanks for sharing. Feel free to pop in any time and share more of your 63 SDV!



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