Patriot Inn

Address: 851 County Road 71, Hemingford, Nebraska, 69348, United States | 3 star campground
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This 3 star campground is located on 851 County Road 71, Hemingford.
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      Key West 2014 Day 28, Salina, KS > Alliance, NE

      A travel blog entry by rocket2thekeys on Sep 02, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... their bikes to within a day's ride of Sturgis and then ride the rest of the way. Prolly stopping outside of town to rub some dirt on their faces too!

      I have driven about 11 500 km so far on this trip and the Rocket has been absolutely bullet-proof, until the end of today. I pulled into a mo'tel here in Alliance, NE and as is my usual practice I parked by the office and went in to secure a room. I then walked to my room, dropped jacket and helmet, turned the AC on ...

      On our way home.

      A travel blog entry by johnlkemenczy on Aug 09, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... she couldn't place my Jersey accent. Even though 385 is a 2 Lane Hwy., the speed limit is 65 mph and there's very little traffic. Unfortunately, we got stuck again in a major rainstorm for about 80 miles. We would have pushed onward; however, we were told that there are no accommodations between Alliance and Seneca Nebraska. We took a hotel room in Alliance and called it a day. 180+/- ...

      Storm Lake, IA to Alliance, Nebraska

      A travel blog entry by jdjrny on Sep 17, 2012

      ... and on to Chadron. Even with overcast skies and rain, the fields still have an amazing glow to them. I wish I could capture the beautiful tone of yellow - soybean fields - so rich and warm, almost alive. Nebraska is so different from where I drove across in Iowa - here it all looks smoother, definitely flatter, but also less crisply defined - almost blurry. And, dare I say, rather boring.

      Oh, have I mentioned all ...

      On from Sturgis

      A travel blog entry by kiwiplanner on Aug 12, 2012

      ... This memorial has been in the process of being built since the 1940's, and is pretty much being done by one family.  While the face is complete, most of the work is still to be done. Next was Mount Rushmore.  This memorial was much smaller than Crazy Horse, but was complete. In fact, the Black Hills are sacred to the Indian, so the carving into Mount Rushmore was an insult to the ...

      Getting Rocky Mountain High

      A travel blog entry by chmielewskij on Jul 12, 2009

      12 photos

      ... She must really love those kids to endure another round of torture that is the Circus Parade.

      Joe and I woke up in Boulder Colorado this morning and wandered into a fantastic brunch place called Kitchen, which just won the James Beard Foundation Award for Greenest Restaurant. Believe it or not, we didn’t even do it on purpose. The food was incredible and the atmosphere made us feel like we were back in Brooklyn. Boulder is a quaint little town. We definitely ...