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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... erupted 3 times over the last 2.1 million years and each eruption was an extinction level event that saw over 1000 cubic kilometers of ejecta into the atmosphere. This blackened the sky for decades and blanketed North America in a foot of ash. The largest eruption created 2500 times as much ash as the Mt St. Helen's eruption. Imagine that happening today? Chaos!
Had to stop for gas just north of Thermopolis, went off ...
... And, just to clarify, very few people actually ride in the wagons...they really were just for all the gear. Most of the people walked along side. We learned that it generally took 6-8 weeks to make it this far (leaving from Independence or St. Joseph, MO). And that was just the first 1/3 of their journey! Really makes us appreciate the transportation we have now! So, tonight will be our last night in Nebraska. Tomorrow we will drive ...
... and there has been rain the normally barren landscape was green and full of yellow wild flowers. We stopped at the Ghost town of Scenic which recently sold for 750K the whole town. Not sure what will become of it.
The ride onto Scotts Bluff was across open plains and accompanied by howling winds.
... Nebraska. While not too common, we have encountered that type if situation before. Basically it just mean the visitor center & displays aren't quite as "uniform" as most other NP sites. From there, we found a campsite in Gering, NE near the base of Scott's Bluff. We will visit that National Monument tomorrow. The campsites are very well kept, but overall the campground is nothing too exciting. It is very windy...to the ...
... The North Platte River was critical to the pioneers as they went West. The Mormons traveled west on the north side of the river and wound up in Utah. Others traveled on the south side and wound up in California. There were many places we might have stopped but we chose the two rock formations that were landmarks for the Pioneers.