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... next door was Whiskey Wood Fire Grill, I went to check the menus while Mike got gas. They offered a great selection at reasonable prices so we headed over there. It was very good, we ate too much as usual.
On the road again. Our next stop for gas was in Sydney, Nebraska. As we headed out, from the highway we see a Cabella's. Right next to it was a large office complex and we saw that it was ...
... being on the base with just his driving license. We were worrying unnecessarily though as this morning he was, indeed, issued with a new card as promised - and the look on his face in his new ID photo pretty much sums up his thoughts on the whole experience! Still, it could have been worse, and now we are looking forward to a pleasant 5 hour drive to the Black Hills of South Dakota - hopefully we won't have any dramas getting the truck hitched to the ...
... before, we didn't do a lot of interstate driving and we got to see a lot more of the country that way. We learned there aren't many gas stations/towns on the state highways in a lot of the states we visited, and you have to plan for that. I had printed out Mapquest directions for the trip before we left, but we didn't use them much, we used the GPS on the phone and the atlas. I learned a few ...
... to engage with.
Then suddenly the topography changed, and as green and lush as the fields seemed to be on the right side of the road, on the left side were rocky knolls…small hills with jagged limestone peeking out of the sides and small mesas projecting out like fingers from the earth. Just about this time we found the railroads. For those who have read my other blogs, you know that we often follow the trains as their ...
... glass covered with a napkin. Someone said they even found one in his refrigerator ... Some millers migrate more than 100 miles on their way to summer feeding grounds. They start out as Army Cutworms so the moths didn't bother me as much as the worms would have. A good homemade way to catch these guys is to place a small pan of soapy water near a light bulb. We stuck to the inverted glass method.
Next stop ... Rapid City
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