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... buttons. So, that won't be accurate :(.... Oh well. And Kody got out the RV door, that I thought I shut, at the Horseshoe. She ran two trucks down and was just standing there looking back at the RV when I realized. Such a good girl, came running back in when I called her! Whew! We would of never gotten her with all of the critters out these parts! Thank you Baby ...
... when it came to humor. Despite this idiosyncrasy (I might have a few) the quaint little, blue collar town is nice and lulling. St. Joseph's stands the highest outside of railroad silos and some trees. It's white exterior shines like a beacon, calling for the townspeople to come on in, shake some hands and worship. The American Legion is alive and kicking, mostly because it's a bar masquerading as a trading post. The houses are well-kept bourgeoisie, and are uniformly single-story. ...
... bearded, sweating man could have. White; that's the color of everything being excavated. There were - if memory serves me correctly - 15 rhinos and numerous tracks from other animals throughout. It was great, both Kendall and I had a blast there.
Coming back we stopped at a Dollar General to get some cooking supplies, when we pulled out Kendall said that the woman behind the counter said she loved her hair. She's still up in the air over whether ...
... cedars like a battalion of sentries. The explanation: the conifers serve as a windbreak for snowdrifts; off the planted side of the prairie and from covering their homes. "Snows like a Mo-Fo here," Kendall explained adequately.
Once in Pierce, Nebraska we found Willow Creek State Park. The park ranger was helpful, but it was our first foray into back-in camping. In Salina we had a pull-through, it was a cinch. But this back up, pull ...
... at a big, formal church . . . and even though I didn't hear any "Hallelujahs!" from the crowd, I did see a lot of smiles and nodding heads as I gave my stump speech.
Republican citizens gathering in Hoskins for an evening to break bread together and talk about our hopes and dreams for our country is what America is all about. I was privileged to be a part of the evening.