Sheraton Omaha Hotel
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So we cycled to Omaha from Brayton, IA, which was about 115km (70 miles). We stayed at Ali's place that she shares with her roommates. Her boyfriend Scott showed us around town and had a great time!
We then made our way North towards the badlands. We went all ...
... today, they have become a community of small businesses and single families. A tinge of sadness can be heard as they tell their story.
Oh, and Amana Refrigeration passed through many hands, but today is run by Whirlpool.
We drove down US 6 in this lovely valley through Grinnell, home of Grinnell College, but opted to hit the interstate. We settled down for the night west of Omaha. Tomorrow: Colorado bound, with a few stops on the way.
... has a replica of the LC keelboat and 2 statues of Seaman. Another photo op.
It was another very hot day with the heat index at 101. I needed to keep moving just to have some breeze in the van. The last couple of days have been the only time I wished that I had the engine AC working on the van. We ended the day at Lake Manawa State Park just south of ...
... and Brent. Besides, I like champagne (especially when Tuesdays aren't bubbly enough).
Driving up from the SE corner of Nebraska, I spent Saturday morning cutting through Missouri and Iowa to get to Omaha. My first chuckle came when I plugged in K&T's address into the GPS - I was about 20 miles south of Council Bluffs and knew that I had to cross the river and drive all the way across Omaha to the west side. ETA = 35 minutes. Maybe ...
... but one live close by. And once a week the entire clan gathers for a family meal together ~ all four generations! I WANT THAT! The one stray just received his B.S. degree in Business Management and was working in Nashville. I exclaimed, "I just had a son (Bradley), that received HIS B.S. degree in Business Management, too! So we bonded and conversed for the rest of our meal.
I would also learn that Marcy had been told in 1950 that she ...