Vintage Charm Guesthouse / Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... thinned out. I had too many carnival trucks and a pickup get too close for comfort, so I started walking the no passing zones. It was miserable but safe. I was so freaked out by the scary road that I rode right past my intended destination and had another 30 miles till the next town. I committed to it and got into Washington as the sun was going down. I followed the directions from the city's website for the campground. I cut through ...
30th Oct cont.
We had made a plan the night before of what route we were taking to nowhere and so jumped onto the highway and headed off towards St Joseph and then followed the state line up to cross over into Nebraska at the first opportunity. However, luck was against us. The Missouri River had other ideas. Recently, it had burst its banks and wiped out most of the roads crossing it, so we had to turn around and return to St Joseph and ...
Now I am sure you are wondering what happen to Ashland, NE. So were we!
After doing some research last night and talking to folks in the area we determined our original route through Omaha and then down the river was out. Much of Interstate I-29 was flooded. If we were going our original route we were looking at about a 3 hour 30 minute drive. After going through the maps it looked to be the best route by going straight south out of Lincoln into Kansas then picking up ...
... of their station to us. Showers and bathrooms were great. We also were able to top off water tanks and a farmer and his wife delivered hay right to our trailers.
The meeting for the evening was topped off with a poem written by one of our riders husbands. I decided not to ride the next day as I am trying to save my horses and not burn them out. We will go touring tomorrow.
... that develops when one packs though one doesn't really want to leave.
Amanda took me to the museum, and since her parents were members we got in for free. There were no ID's or membership cards, just people smart and nice enough to know who we were, and to remember whose family had supported the museum in the past.
I am really going to miss that.
After a quick amble through the museum, and a quick look through the ...