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... was also complimentary. Have to say, we were blown away by the service. We arrived at the zoo, and spent a very enjoyable 5 hours or so there. Hands down the best zoo I have been to. There was all the usual attractions, but there was also an aquarium, an enclosure like the Eden project, with fruit bats flying all around us, a swamp, an enclosure that was like a desert, and a cave. The place was so surprising and kept us very happy on our day in Omaha. All of that ...
... a Lutheran retirement village. Paul had been asked to talk about Australia, so spent an hour connecting with some of the residents.
We were up at 3.15am to catch our Amtrak train from Omaha to Chicago. We had booked a sleeper, so were able to get an hrs sleep before the breakfast call at 7am. It was good except we got held up by a freight train for one and a half hrs - ...
... about the first hundred miles Ruby drove. The mist turned to rain and back to mist off and on during that hundred miles. We stopped just before Des Moines and then I drove til we were almost to Davenport on the eastern side of the state. We stopped at a rest area outside Iowa City. The rest areas here are really nice. They are very pretty and all ...
... us slip in behind them.
Even though the storms had mostly moved east, clouds and rain remained, so we had to pick up an IFR clearance and shoot an RNAV approach into Millard, NE. I have done more IFR cross-country on this trip (only a few hours, actually) than I have in all my previous Flyabouts combined. After putting the plane in an expensive hangar (necessary in Nebraska due to the risk of thunderstorms with baseball-sized hail), my cousin ...