Lincoln Comfort Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and herds of cattle were being driven up the Texas Trail where they were sold and loaded on rail cars and shipped to markets in the east.
We went to Front Street, took some more pictures for Ron, and had breakfast at the Livery Barn Café. Then we headed east on I80.
It rained off and on all day and was generally another miserable day. We are now in Central Time, so once again our bodies need to adjust. We passed ...
... so much land that isn't taken over by industry and concrete. Although I'm assuming most of this land is owned by Monsanto and its all GMO corn. I would keep rambling but I should hit the road and I am getting awfully sick of listening to these Starbucks employees. I'd rather be listening to Carol King belt it out. Plus, JoJo is probably getting lonely in the car. (My awesome co-pilot -- a huge gorilla stuffed animal. Had him since I was like 3.) Off to St. Louis! ...
... behind. There is a pointy thing on the top that from a distance looks like a sculpture of some kind but closer up you realize it is, in fact, just a pointy thing.
Trying to abide by my own rules eschewing Interstates I took Hwy 30 that parallels I80 from Ogallala to Gothenburg where I stopped to look at an original Pony Express shack. It is a way station where riders would stop for a snack, a pee ...
... is to travel west, take our time and see where the spirit leads us. (Mike spirit is telling him Palm Springs, CA) We will be heading back east to spend the summer in New Hampshire with the family.
So to all of our family and friends, thanks for your encouragement and comments. It helps make the one bad thing about being on the road, missing all of you, a little more bearable.
Bye for now and stay well.
... cleaning the grounds, and those we approached were polite and friendly. We drove to the visitors center where they rented us a CD to play in the car, that directed us around the campus and provided us with information about each facility and allowed us to pause the CD periodically to visit some of the buildings. And we did visit the church and the chapel where Fr. Flan****n’s body rests in a marble crypt. And we also visited a memorial for all of the ...