Clarion Inn Fremont
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Yesterday, the 25th of May, Lauren Steirmen and I arrived at the airport around 5pm to find out that our flight had been cancelled due to terrible storms down in Dallas. Luckily Lauren and I were still in Omaha so we did not have to stay the night in an airport. Major thanks to my dad and Shelley for immediately searching for flights and a new flight route for the next day. Our original plan was to fly down to Dallas for a little less than 2 hours. ...
... with our impression of the smaller towns becoming dilapidated and deserted by the younger generations.
Pressing on, we soon came to the small town of Stuart. Though big enough to justify a water tower with its name on, it was still small - its sign said: "Home of 1700 good eggs and a few stinkers."
Route 6 merged into Interstate 80, and the miles passed quickly below our wheels. Undulating countryside of mixed farming ...
Cameron got to do his stall, then we headed back for a pass down the runway and a landing. After loading up, Alex and I set out at 10, and we climbed into the incredibly smooth but hazy air. We found that the top of the haze layer was 8,500', but we came back down to 6,500' to avoid some of the 20+ knots of headwind at that altitude.
Today's flight was all about avoiding the midwestern thunderstorms that plague the Plains this time ...
Two things stand out about today: (1) It was the 93rd birthday of Marv Welstead of Fremont, one of our campaign's premier and much-valued volunteers, and (2) Marv invited me to speak to the Fremont Rotary Club on his birthday, arranged the whole thing, and even introduced me!
What you do on your birthday, you do all year long . . . and if Marv Welstead will continue to support my campaign all year long, I will be a very lucky man.
... coming Friday!!!
It is so inspiring to know someone like that, so intent on uplifting solid conservative principles that made this country great, and pressing forward with the energy and effort that it takes to be involved in a political campaign . . . while in his 90s!
Every time he comes into our campaign office, my staff swarms around him. He's just full of stories and is what we used to call "a good feeler" -- somebody ...