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Today we will follow the Oregon Trail for a little bit. From Lincoln we drive through the Nebraska countryside towards Fort Kearney. The landscape reminds Jeanny on Brandenburg: flat, green, lots of corn fields, a single tree every now and then. When we hit Interstate 80 at Fort Kearney we cross our ...
Due to no service last night I couldn't post. Yesterday morning we woke up after a pleasant, full nights sleep (with no rain- finally!) and headed towards Kaycee, WY. We got there around 10 and went to the Hoofprints of the Past Museum. It had all these old scales, clothing, and guns that had been donated by locals. In the back with old farm equipment there was ...
... and maybe most surprising, the gorgeous sandhills of Nebraska. Some other highlights include 300+ turkey sightings, peanut brittle we bought somewhere along the I-80, and finally, a real funny episode of Prairie Home Companion. Unfortunately, all this awesomeness was interrupted by Klaas vomiting lake water on the back seat of the truck. Tomorrow we're headed for Wyoming and the ...
After the night in Fernley, NV which I spent in a Super 8. I got the one of the last of 2 rooms and with the line of cars outside felt fortunate. The traffic tie up from the accident probably changed many people's plans. The RV parks would not accept tent camping, something to do with how they register with the state tourism board and I could not find one that did accept tents.
Sa*************ed east ...
... Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1997 and 1998
and often too summer trips to Lake McConaughy, a reservoir on the North Platte
River at the edge of the Sand Hills that’s sometimes called Colorado’s beach.
The North Platte River Valley is sometimes called Trails
West Country since pioneers traveling west along the Oregon, Mormon, and other
trails in the mid-1800s mostly traveled along this route because of an easy