West Omaha KOA
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Great people clean facilities. good fire wood and relaxed park
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... about the first hundred miles Ruby drove. The mist turned to rain and back to mist off and on during that hundred miles. We stopped just before Des Moines and then I drove til we were almost to Davenport on the eastern side of the state. We stopped at a rest area outside Iowa City. The rest areas here are really nice. They are very pretty and all ...
... the storms.
Even though the storms had mostly moved east, clouds and rain remained, so we had to pick up an IFR clearance and shoot an RNAV approach into Millard, NE. I have done more IFR cross-country on this trip (only a few hours, actually) than I have in all my previous Flyabouts combined.After putting the plane in an expensive hangar (necessary in Nebraska due to the risk of thunderstorms with baseball-sized hail), my cousin ...
The camp did not go as planned last night so we turn around and stayed in Hickman. Got up at 4:00 for our Journey to Jersey Adventure to begin. The buses left about 30 minutes late and we are in route to Ohio. Since we left late we'll probably get there after 9 tonight. We are doing a personality quiz ...
... in order to use any of the machines. Over we stroll to the Laundry Card vending machine. Again...AMAZINGLY ... we learn you must insert 2 one dollar bills to "purchase" the Laundry Card. Mind you... the Laundry Card has ZERO value. The $2 Laundry Card just provides you with the privilege of adding money to the card to wash and dry your clothes. It's going to get better.
We didn't realize you had to leave the ...
... Outsiders may think the residents of these less-than-famous places are less intelligent or less important. But I think the small town people have it right, as they usually center their lives on God, family, friends, neighbors, and community, unlike the city slickers who only focus on their narcissistic ways.
Traveling U.S. 50 from Dodge City, Kansas, we came upon the modern marvel of a ...