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... a nice blue sky. As we traveled we saw many very content looking cattle, wide open plains, and a distant ridge of hills. Our first stop was one John particularly wanted to see: the Museum of the Fur Trade in Chandron, NE. Rhonda and Larry, you would have loved this museum...especially Larry D. It is excellent. The museum is located at the site of James Bordeaux's trading post and is dedicated to preserving the history of the first business ...
I slept through all of Nebraska last night, so I have nothing to say about it. The only thing of note that happened last night was that Sarah and Brittney were driving back to Denver from Chicago and I missed them there by about six hours. I was tempted to get off in Denver and wait and delay my return by a day so that I could spend a little more time with Sarah and see her place, but the timing ...
... brother is getting ready to deploy to Afghanistan so we really need to go say good-bye.
The kids spent part of the day riding bikes and playing with Charlie on the farm. We got to build a fire tonight and roasted hotdogs and s'mores with Grandpa.
I talked it over with John and Grandpa and have decided to go ahead and go to ...
... was working on the car - not sure how much help they were to him, however. The kids found the swing in the tree and had a ball twisting and swinging on that. JP got to keep a set of deer horns that were in the yard and Aunt S sent us home with some lavender and baby's breath from her garden. We headed home and took a different route around by Madison Square and hearly got stuck where road crews had been fixing the road from the flooding. Eventually, we found our way back to ...
... to mow the lawn with the riding mower today. Grandpa moved out a boundary for him and JJ cut it. He was happy as a clam out there and Grandpa was glad for the help. Seeing JJ mowing the lawn brought back memories of my childhood as I used the same mower when I was about his age. It is amazing that it is still running!
Grandpa gave all the kids 4-wheeler ...