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Whenever we told people our travel story they would ask for all the details. Halloween in New Orleans and Thanksgiving in Branson were always greeted with "wow". Then when people would ask where will you be for Christmas?" we would say "Loup City, Nebraska", and they would stare at us blankly! Loup City is in the centre of Nebraska and is ...
... to Minnesota during that future.
3. No, I don't know when.
4. I will try to catch up on some of those missing blog entries. I'll start with that first weekend in June.
5. Fall and Winter will take place south - suggestions are incredibly welcomed at this point, I'm open from Death Valley to the Gulf Coast (and beyond). Please send ideas, recommendations, tidbits.
6. I plan to make every effort ...
Today started like several of the last few days as our main goal is to get home in one piece. The Cheyenne KOA was full of all kinds of RV's. We were sandwiched between to big coaches. One Tiffin Allegro Bus and a Winnebago Tour, Both were tag axle. No problem, our little gas coach looked right at home. The Rose among the. . . .
We pulled out at 7:07 am mountain time and headed East ...
542 miles closer to home, woo hoo! Was a nice day today hot with some clouds but no rain. It had stormed overnight so the bike and roads were wet when we left but we will gladly take that over riding in the rain. Shane said we are over 6,200 miles. The hotel has a restaurant attached to it and the hostess asked if we wanted a booth or table. I said all I want is a cushioned seat... Really your butt does go ...
... free in the rig, of course.
We took a walk around the park after dinner, watching the slots fill with motorcyclists, small trailers and tent campers. Occupancy was very high as night began to fall. Our closest neighbors were hauling a very large horse trailer with living accommodations in the front...but no horses. Guess I'd never considered one of those units as just an RV for people's vacations.
We sat beside ...