Boarders Inn And Suites Kearney, NE
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... and had a rest. The next 300 and something miles I drove as Darren had a well-deserved nap – I guess I didn’t really know what to expect in Iowa but especially the second half was so beautiful with rolling hills, a crazy number of wind turbines and lots of green, lush grass. We also drove past 'the worlds largest truck stop' in Iowa!!
The sun set around 8pm so we stopped at a rest stop (we were in Nebraska now) to make our evening juice and see just how easy this ...
The lack of water is why Scott & I couldn't bear to live in Tucson. I smelled water as soon as I opened the door to my truck here, as sure as I could locate Lake Erie even when I couldn't see it as a toddler.
Nebraska is a veritable snooze of a state, but it has water, and I like it! ...
Sunday morning was rough... My parents came over around 5:30 to help us get out the door...after some last minute clean up and packing up bathroom supplies, we made it out before 6 am. The goodbyes were difficult but we had an amazing time with them. We decided that one more trip over cottonwood pass was in order so off we went! We heard that early morning on the pass can have a lot of big game so we spent most of our time looking for animals. Right off the bat two large ...
... everybody travels to Denver on Saturday. With accidents and construction, it took us almost 7 hours in what should have taken about 4 hours. We ended up in Kearney, Nebraska at about 10:00pm. There we spent the night boondocking at a rest area on I-80. Tomorrow, we will make better time.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... through dying small towns at about 15-20 mile intervals, clusters of shuttered businesses, abandoned houses, deserted Main Streets with only the still functioning churches and tiny Post Offices evidence of the continuing life in the houses that were still occupied. The extent of decay of these communities was inversely related to the size of the settlement. The smallest were almost completely moribund, the slightly larger ones showing more vitality.
It is hard ...