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Where do you go when you want to meet people in Pender?
Popo's Drive Inn, of course!
We started a campaign swing through northeast and north central Nebraska this morning at that fine establishment, followed by an interview with the Pender Times.
Thanks, all, for the hospitality!
What a crowd at the South Sioux City Chamber of Commerce banquet!
The room was packed, and the handshakes were plentiful.
Really enjoyed meeting so many people and exchanging ideas about business prospects and political issues.
They sure made me feel right at home.
When we left Viking Lake State Park we traveled north on the back roads so we could visit the Danish settlement in Elk Horn, Iowa. Each time we cross into a new state, we stop at the Visitor Center to pick up reading materials & talk with the volunteers about places we may want to visit in the state. One of the brochures we picked up in Iowa had a picture of a Windmill on ...
... surrounded by picnic tables and grills. No plumbing. Yes, that means an outhouse. But this year we had a fancy makeshift outdoor shower, that was heaven. And there is electricity in the trailer, which, as if gifted by God himself, means air conditioning. I scored a room in the trailer, complete with awesome deer wallpaper, while most families camped in tents on mowed out circles. It's pretty muggy and ...
What a fabulous day! Slept well, falling asleep to the dulcet tones of the 3 generations of family next door, chatting, laughing, all relaxed and happy. As well as all the people, they had a dog at least 4 feet tall. Left Galena about 7:15am Central Time, even changed all my clocks.
I have let go of my rather grandiose plan to head to northern N.Dakota and go across Rt.2. By doing that, I realize that ...