West Omaha KOA
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Great people clean facilities. good fire wood and relaxed park
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... of the day was my sisters query "Why are we not seeing more potato fields? I thought Idaho was famous for its potato production?"
We were in Iowa.
This was just a 2 night stopover in Omaha. We spent the day buying Christmas presents for Julie, her family, and her extended family who we would be spending our first White Christmas with. After travelling for 6 months without being able to but anything a little retail therapy was quite fun. Hours were spent finding just the right gifts for each person. Our friend of 25 years (Julie) picked us up and then in was a 3 hour drive to Loup City, ...
... said this, that did not stop me eating loads of it! My favourite part of the breakfast was definitely the bacon, peanut butter and jam on toast I had ;-) We then both had a bath, watched some bad American daytime TV (the view scares me) and we made our way to the zoo. The hotel also agreed to look after our luggage for us during the day. The receptionist at the hotel very kindly drove us to the zoo; there was a shuttle service which turned out to be like a ...
... even bid on some great coffee, and won!
She reported that the "Celebration of Life" program featured two young mothers with their awesome, active babies. The two women praised the group for all that they did to help them materially as well as spiritually as they embarked on the wonderful adventure known as parenthood.
What a positive, uplifting message! Thanks to all who help with pro-life causes for all that you are doing to help Nebraska for the greater good.
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With this overwhelming poverty and hopelessness, from 1991-2000 Sierra Leone was center stage to a devastating ten-year rebel war in which tens of thousands of people were killed and an estimated one million people were forced from their homes and villages-many raped, tortured, and/or conscripted into rebel forces. The ...