Comfort Inn Kearney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... here instead of pouring money into Isis. I said "is it still a huge issue?" Trying to figure out what the problem was, and he laughed and said "they chopped off their heads and use them as badges." And I thought to myself 'oh we're getting into this conversation' Aka they are today's police force, yet he didn't mention a word about Ferguson. He later went on to say how "you" (whites) drove out the Indians and treated them with such cruelty and did similar things ...
... and then we headed on out. We jammed on the way back with Mal (sister in formation) and when we arrived we went straight to reflection so we could watch Twilight, one of Tiffani's favorite movies. After medicating Lexie (she has a cold), us three (Elaine, Lexie and I) sat down for the movie, which everyone had a good time watching together, to say the least. We were pooped and so we went straight to ...
... your tongue, it began to melt into nothingness. There was no chewing required. It had an excellent taste that was neither too smokey or too sweet. The ribs were more on the sweeter side. Part of this was due to the sauce which was sweeter than other BBQ sauces I’ve tired, but it also seemed as though they had been rubbed in a sweeter type rub possibly with a good bit of brown sugar in it. The meat was extremely tender. You could pull off a whole strip ...
... complemented well by the sweet tanginess of the barbecue sauce. The spicy slaw was vinegar-based with just a little kick. Paired very well with the ribs and brisket to give it just a little extra spice at the end. Even the Texas toast had a taste that was unique. They also had a hot barbecue sauce that lacked the sweetness of the regular sauce but instead had a spicy tanginess.
Overall Impression: Best ribs I've had in all my ...
After a lengthy, but not unpleasant, hiatus to stretch out the money I find myself back on the road. Catching up from my last blog, I forgot to mention Wisconsin. It may be called America's dairyland but it has an awful lot of wild and good-looking land. It seems to me that it deserves a Nat. Park but alas, no. At least some of the forests that cover almost 50% of the state are national. I then moved ...