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! ...
... off came and went and I just kept riding, eventually going about 15 miles before I determined I would never see Hwy 75, plus I was low on fuel. Turned around, took a 77 turn off and ended up where I needed to be. Sadly no trifecta today, but I ordered a pizza, had a couple of beers, had a soak in the pool (bad order of events, I know) and called it an early night.
... we traveled from Maine to Florida with stops in between. We blew out tires, lost an awning, and our brakes. We ran from several hurricanes and were fortunate not to run into any. We met some super people, saw some awesome places and didn't kill each other. We upgraded to a Fleetwood Pace Arrow, 36' with three slides and continued our travels until October of 2005, when we came back to New Hampshire.
Our day started with a quick walk through Cabella's; we think the article about Cabella's being the main tourist attraction in Nebraska was highly exaggerated! It was windy today so Jim did all the driving, starting with 100 miles to breakfast which we enjoyed at a rest stop along the highway. Today we developed an appreciation for the journey ...