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... stopped due to a dead battery. I don't like it in YOUR world, too noisy with all the wind, loud pipes and other cars. I like it much more in Lou's World, inside my helmet with active cancellation, much more serene! I shall ensure my battery is charged daily!
Turning onto hwy 26 I stopped for a quick nap about 100 km short of my stopping point. I realize I was very close but we have to remember we are on vacation here ...
Today we visited our last 2 NPS sites in Nebraska. First up, Agate Fossil Beds NM. This was the site of a significant fossil find including a "dogbear" with underground dens, a 6 foot tall pig-like animal, and a pony-sized rhinoceros. The theory is that the spot where the fossils were found was a watering hole and as the food sources (vegetation) was eaten up close to the water, animals had to travel farther between the two until they ...
... 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.
Somewhere we got off the freeway - yea - and took Hwy 2 for most of the way across the state - it was in Grand Island after talking to one of the clerks at the Harley Store.
The two lane was much, much, better than the freeway - only it is a little slower. The corn fields soon disappeared and the country turn into rolling ...
... apparently a bluff. Zion and Prince found the iron cattle
statues pulling the display wagons near the old trail ruts to be highly
threatening and wouldn’t stop barking at them, the first of our wildlife encounters
with them on the trip.
About 20 miles east of Scottsbluff stands Chimney Rock, a
landmark on the trails west that sticks up out of the plains about 300 feet. I
can see why it’s called a chimney.