Sidney Motor Lodge
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- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... store was in downtown Sidney). After getting setup, we walked over to the store and browsed a little to see what they had. Even though it is not as large as most, they sure had a lot of stuff. Shirley was wanting to buy some North Face gloves that she really liked, but they were not in stock, so she bought a mid-weight rain jacket instead. I ended up buying a hat to ...
... with fields as far as the eye could see, neatly planted. Must take some massive equipment to farm that expanse. Stopped at the Geographic Center of the continental US, which means that if you took the US map, put a pin at this point the map would balance. So, let's see, 1800 miles to Seattle, or 1800 miles to Bangor, Maine; hum which direction should we head. Well the RV is ...
... NE and have a Red Box movie to watch. Unfortunately, the storm has caught back up with us and it is pouring out with thunder and lightning all around. What does it mean when the thunder boom is a quarter of a second after the flash? Not good.....Tomorrow morning before we head east, we plan to experience Nebraska's most popular tourist attraction. Cabella's is here in Sidney, where we have only a few steps to their entrance since we are overnighting in their lot. ...
Met with Kirk Enevoldsen of Potter State Bank. We discussed the problems of the rural economy and the damage that overregulation is doing to rural small businesses. Then we stopped over at Potter Sundry for Tin Roof Sundaes. Did you know they were invented there? And there really is a beautiful, old tin roof overhead? Never ceases to amaze me how unique and spectacularly diverse Nebraska really is, and how many inventions of all kinds came from ...
We were definitely in no rush to leave Denver. So, we awoke slowly, caught up on some blogging, and planned out our last few days. Around noon, we headed out, gassed up, picked up some sandwiches from the Corner Bakery and drove north through Boulder to our last National Park, Rocky Mountain. Andy scoped out a loop we could drive to maximize the amount of the park we could ...