Calamus Outfitters

Address: 83720 Valley View Ave, Burwell, Nebraska, 68823-3121, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 83720 Valley View Ave, Burwell, is near Fort Hartsuff State Historical Park.
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        Travel Blogs from Burwell

        Do I Stay or Do I Go?

        A travel blog entry by kpack5 on Jun 19, 2010

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        Today was spent helping Grandpa with chores around the farm and getting ready to head out of Nebraska in the morning. I'm struggling with the decision of whether to go or not. The weather is a little questionable with a stationary front stalled along the Nebraska-Kansas border. I'm debating on staying a few more days and not going to Kentucky. ...

        A Little Family Time

        A travel blog entry by kpack5 on Jun 17, 2010

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        ... was working on the car - not sure how much help they were to him, however. The kids found the swing in the tree and had a ball twisting and swinging on that. JP got to keep a set of deer horns that were in the yard and Aunt S sent us home with some lavender and baby's breath from her garden. We headed home and took a different route around by Madison Square and hearly got stuck where road crews had been fixing the road from the flooding. Eventually, we found our way back to ...

        A Little Taste of Farm Life

        A travel blog entry by kpack5 on Jun 16, 2010

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        ... then headed off to church for the evening. The kids and I ran into Sargent after dinner. We were going to play in the park, but Sargent was pumping sewer water into the streets, so we decided against that activity and just went to 'The Ritz' for milkshakes instead. We drove over to Taylor and saw the washed out bridge. Everything seems to be drying out there as ...

        Another Year Older (and Wiser??)

        A travel blog entry by kpack5 on Jun 15, 2010

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        ... some hot dogs and I had a Dr. Pepper and a Twin Bing candy bar too. JJ and JP sang Happy Birthday to me and all the kids made personalized cards.

        Grandpa and I went out on the 4-wheeler to survey damage in the pastures and then piled everyone in his pickup to drive the roads and see the damage. There is a lot of water in the low spots and the roads will take a lot of repairing. Some of his crops are under water and some of the pasture fences are down and must be ...

        Bridges, and roads, and dams, oh my...

        A travel blog entry by kpack5 on Jun 13, 2010

        6 photos

        ... high and fast.

        We saw Grandma today. She was alert and happy and enjoyed visiting with the kids.

        We are also now very conscious of the fact that we are in tick country as Omi and I both found ticks on us that had dug in pretty good. We will be doing nightly tick checks from now on. ...