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Sleeping in Salina

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We slept in our Westy right outside a La Quinta Inn. Saved $80 and got to cuddle with my girls. On the road again.

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2 thoughts on “Sleeping in Salina

  1. I’ve often thought that would be a safe place to spend the night sleeping in your car. But I worry that the security guards would come out and make me move. I’ve worked in many hotels, and there’s usually someone who patrols the parking lot a few times a night. Which is another reason why it seems like it would be safe…

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