The last day on the chase didn’t prove to be a very fruitful one. We spent the night in Dodge City, Kansas and went to the Boot Hill Museum. We took lots of photos with the train engine that was donated to the museum. We also bought several keepsakes for out families while we were there. One of which was a joke that had been going on all week. We had adopted Mr. Carey as a grandfather figure, so we bought him a keychain that said #1 grandfather.
We then began to head back to Amarillo so we could catch our flight the next morning. On the way back we stopped in a basin that was also known as the sink. We took several photos with the historical marker that was there and observed the bison that was nearby. This is where we gave Mr. Carey his gift. We had stopped for lunch and while we were eating a slight boundary had developed and there was a chance that a storm might flair up. Nothing happened while we were waiting so we called it a day and headed out.