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... to Minnesota during that future.
3. No, I don't know when.
4. I will try to catch up on some of those missing blog entries. I'll start with that first weekend in June.
5. Fall and Winter will take place south - suggestions are incredibly welcomed at this point, I'm open from Death Valley to the Gulf Coast (and beyond). Please send ideas, recommendations, tidbits.
6. I plan to make every effort ...
... sunshine. The road heads directly into the sun and it is brutal to see anything. Not far down the road we cross into Nebraska and find the "Mother load" of RV Parks. Sidney, NE is the World Headquarter of Cabela's and they have an RV Park right behind the office complex. This will be a must stop for anyone heading West on I-80.
The road now is flat and straight out in front of ...
... left over was devoted to soybeans.
Our GPS took us on some smaller roads until one ended at the Grand Island KOA, a small park with lots of personality. First, it was an grassy, treed oasis, completely surrounded by corn fields. It was constructed in the characteristic KOA style--log accents--with lots of amenities, including a functioning café. Larry escaped to the café for a good old-fashioned, gluten-filled meal; I ...
... but no damage to the motorhome....but I don't think they faired as well. It is hard to believe all the corn and soy bean fields on every available inch both sides of the interstate and as far as you can see and if nothing was planted there was cattle grazing.
We finally got the MOTORHOME broken in...on this leg of the journey it turned 100,000 miles!!
There aren't many campgrounds ...
... to settle for a Porterhouse cooked to perfection. Tomorrow, North Platte and the Golden Spike Tower overlooking the Union Pacific classification and maintenance yards. Mary's Version A sunny drive. Yay! No storms! Phew! When we first arrived at the museum, we entered a building that had a collection of cowboy and Native American items. The one thing I remember is a sculpture of an Indian family. I can't remember whether or not I took ...