Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Kearney
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- Indoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... turned it a less appetizing colour. Cleaning up wasn’t the easiest but it didn’t take too long then we were ready to head off.
At the rest stop Daren also found a praying mantis so grabbed his camera – he was very excited to get such close up pictures of something he’d never seen in its natural habitat.
Darren drove a while then stopped in another rest stop and we had about 6 hours sleep and were ready to hit the road and finish off this leg of the ...
The lack of water is why Scott & I couldn't bear to live in Tucson. I smelled water as soon as I opened the door to my truck here, as sure as I could locate Lake Erie even when I couldn't see it as a toddler.
Nebraska is a veritable snooze of a state, but it has water, and I like it! ...
... stopped for June more look at the Collegiate mountain peaks...nature in all it's majesty. After grabbing a quick bite and coffee at the Roastery in Buena Vista, we were back on the road...destination Kearney, Nebraska. After a swim and a very early bed time we were all asleep by around 8. Oh, and I got an email from Doug and Nona: we forgot our dang pillows! Man, I am going to miss those.... Tomorrow is the last road day, hopefully home by three. Yawwwwnnnnn -Jill and all her ...
... everybody travels to Denver on Saturday. With accidents and construction, it took us almost 7 hours in what should have taken about 4 hours. We ended up in Kearney, Nebraska at about 10:00pm. There we spent the night boondocking at a rest area on I-80. Tomorrow, we will make better time.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... with them.
As one travels East in this part of the country the landscape gradually changes from mainly grazing to grazing mixed with agriculture, predominantly corn but some soybeans and wheat. Since the corn had not yet been planted we soon left the grazing cattle (and those absolutely adorable baby cattle) behind and began passing almost unending bare brown earth with patches of green winter wheat here and there. So desolate.
We were headed ...