Boarders Inn And Suites Kearney, NE
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... state on the west you have canyons in the middle you have the rockies and up north it is flat land like the plain states. To me by far it is the nicest and most favorite state to ride thru. We crossed the central time zone in Nebraska where we are now for the night. Nebraska farm lands with alot of crops, cattle and dairy farms. Ahhhhh the smells you can only experience to ...
Our first decent storm on this trip was last night in Grand Island when a thunder-boomer rolled through dropping a half inch of rain at 3am. Fortunately, nothing serious and all was clear by 6:30am when Mike hopped on his bike and headed out into the countryside for a 21-mile ride. After breakfast with JoAnn at Tommy's diner and short visits with JoAnn's kids, Justin and Alicia, we made the short 40-mile trip to Kearney ...
We stumbled upon this attraction in the farmlands if Nebraska... It's a giant archway over the freeway with a historic western museum. We didn't go up into the museum (a little behind on time) but they had other cool things to explore outside including a human maze, a earth lodge and a giant statue of a bison. A small treat from the monotonous car ride through the Great Plains of ...
We took a last-minute swing through Kearney and spoke to a classroom full of students at the University of Nebraska-Kearney.
They had tremendously thoughtful questions and it was a pleasure to discuss issues with them. One student said a relative had been in the United States -- legally -- from Switzerland for ...
Since one of my most important campaign stands is to achieve energy independence for our country, I really enjoyed speaking in Kearney to the Nebraska Rural Electric Association. Its members share the same aim.
Their work in making sure low-cost, reliable electricity is available to the homes, farms and businesses of rural Nebraska is about as important as anything anybody does in this whole state.