Boarders Inn And Suites By Cobblestone
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I should mention: over the weekend I decided it's time for me to take a break from the travels.
After 120 days on the road, consecutive nights of hotel or campground, I would favor familiar surroundings to recharge and plan for the change in seasons. Fortunately, I know this woman who birthed me - she's willing to put me up for a while.
Once it became clear in my mind, I was ready to get ...
Today started like several of the last few days as our main goal is to get home in one piece. The Cheyenne KOA was full of all kinds of RV's. We were sandwiched between to big coaches. One Tiffin Allegro Bus and a Winnebago Tour, Both were tag axle. No problem, our little gas coach looked right at home. The Rose among the. . . .
We pulled out at 7:07 am mountain time and headed East ...
Nancy here, my first blog entry.
Well, we started out in the Land of the Concrete and wound up Children of the Corn. Wow, corn everywhere, as far as you can see! They don't call Nebraska folks the Cornhuskers for nothing!!
It was actually very pretty and green as we rolled north directly across Kansas to Nebraska--lots of rain up here this year, I think. The land was gently rolling and highly cultivated with...corn. ...
... from but Terry has been driving for over 7 hours which is too long. It is an older campground that the people just bought in November but it has a lot of large green fields and a small lake with paddle boats. Our view happens to be a cornfield and nothing like the smell of newly mowed grass/hay which is next to the cornfield.
Nebraska has some nice countryside but we will have to visit them during another ...
... this a first class museum but I suspect that much of this collection will be lost do to lack of interest. What a shame. Compare this with the Cole Museum of Transportation in Bangor ME where each piece of the collection has a story to tell instead of stacked side-by-side. You cannot even get a clear photo in this museum. I wanted prime rib for dinner so I found a Texas Roadhouse. They only serve prime rib on Friday, Saturday and Sunday so I ...