Candlewood Suites-Omaha Airport
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... thousand kms.
Had a nice swim in Lake Michigan near Chicago, huge lake can’t see the other side, there were large sand dunes and a small wave. Apparently a hippie in a combi does surf tours on the lake, but it just didn’t feel like the sea. Hils and I had several theories why not. I thought because we were higher the horizon has less of a curve, Hils thought because we were higher than sea level the clouds looked closer. Either way, it certainly looked like ...
... think we'll go looking for another. It turned out to be much higher in calories than we expected, and didn't fill us up that much.
After the runza, we went into the Cabela's across the street. We must have spent another 90 min or so just wandering through Cabela's. That was a nice stop; we bought a present or two for family, but I'm not telling who!
We went into Omaha ...
... bigger than a typical hotel room, but not a 2 room suite like we were blessed with at Scott AFB. We went for a walk around the area; Offut boasts the country's largest "field house" (a gym), in an enormous former hangar that did the mods on aircraft during WWII.
Tomorrow (Friday), we are staying in Omaha, going to look at the SAC museum here, and possible some other places, too.
... There's an attached restaurant. The bathroom is clean but tiled with outdoor tile. odd.
There's beer in the fridge and snack bars but they all cost. Nick eats one of each immediately. The bed is hard. Hard as a rock. Nick jokes "Oh I know, they forgot to put the mattress on TOP of the box springs!"
After settling in, Nick talked an unhungry Jessi into going to dinner. This was Nick's fourth meal. The hotel had an ...
... farm in Spearville. There were literally hundreds of electricity-producing windmills over a four-mile stretch of road.
After connecting to U.S. 56 and then northward onto U.S. 281, then east for a short time on Interstate 70, we again exited to U.S. 81 into Nebraska. For six hours we drove and saw basically the same as so many of our travel days -- empty fields, with the occasional herd of ...
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