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... American films and literature that it's hard to keep track of what is fact and what is fiction. William Cody was the real deal. He started working at the age of eleven after his father died, at fourteen, he was a Pony Express rider. He worked as a messenger for the wagon trains, a buffalo hunter, served in the army during the Civil War and later became a scout for the ...
It got really windy during the night and blew our tent stake out on the kids end. We woke up to Cameron yelling. I yelled to the girls to get up and move. Peyton apparently can sleep through anything! I held the tent out/down from the inside and Brian ran out and hooked it back down. We ended up taking the top cover off, just leaving the screen top hoping we wouldn't regret it. I have to admit as windy as it was it ...
Got on the road Sunday morning with the intent of hitting Denver Sunday afternoon. This would have been a relaxing 367 mile jaunt from Moab. But decided to push on into Nebraska in case I decided to make a run for home on Monday. I have a business meeting Tuesday noon and a Common Council meeting Tuesday night that I'd like to make if I could. The ride from Moab to Denver was one of the prettiest looking and most enjoyable rides I've ...
... a bit hurried as they tried to fit over 100 years into the second half of the arch. Be prepared to be there at least 45 minutes, It is worth seeing. As we approached Gothenburg NE we saw several signs about a Pony Express Station. We took a chance, took the off ramp and followed the signs to this small obviously old building located in a park. There was a sign that the building had been moved to that location to save it from being destroyed. I was ...
It was another one of those early days. We took off across eastern Colorado and before you know it, we were in Nebraska. Our route was parallel to the BNSF mainline, so we saw several trains along the way. At Mc Cook, NE we turned north and drove across the rugged Nebraska countryside to North Platte. Who ever said Nebraska is flat? I have to say that driving on the roads less traveled has been fun. We've visited many small towns and talked with ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKnoll's Country Inn North Platte
Wonderful place to stay while traveling with horses. Private, safe and clean. Horses have large paddocks with shelters. Water very close. We stayed right next to the pens in our RV. Very sweet couple own and run this cute/quaint Inn! I would recommend to all my friends.
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