Country Inn & Suites Omaha Airport
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We are back in the camper fairly early (for us) to have dinner and catch up the blog. I was so tired last night after the errands and the campfire, I just went to bed. But as I pointed out earlier there may not be an entry every day if it gets to be too much work or if it interferes with seeing things. I will try and catch up when I can because we hope to convert this to a book when we are done. We did that with our 2010 blog. It was a nice ...
... buttons. So, that won't be accurate :(.... Oh well. And Kody got out the RV door, that I thought I shut, at the Horseshoe. She ran two trucks down and was just standing there looking back at the RV when I realized. Such a good girl, came running back in when I called her! Whew! We would of never gotten her with all of the critters out these parts! Thank you Baby ...
... do more fun things later.
Went grocery shopping after I got back. Peg had really packed the camper with frozen food from our freezer at home and loads of staples, so this was a trip for eggs and fresh vegetables.
Our critter for the day was a young 6 point buck with velvet antlers. I was surprised how small he was compared to our deer in upstate NY. We got back to camp about 9 PM, had a campfire, then a late dinner of ...
... and Brent. Besides, I like champagne (especially when Tuesdays aren't bubbly enough).
Driving up from the SE corner of Nebraska, I spent Saturday morning cutting through Missouri and Iowa to get to Omaha. My first chuckle came when I plugged in K&T's address into the GPS - I was about 20 miles south of Council Bluffs and knew that I had to cross the river and drive all the way across Omaha to the west side. ETA = 35 minutes. Maybe ...
... but one live close by. And once a week the entire clan gathers for a family meal together ~ all four generations! I WANT THAT! The one stray just received his B.S. degree in Business Management and was working in Nashville. I exclaimed, "I just had a son (Bradley), that received HIS B.S. degree in Business Management, too! So we bonded and conversed for the rest of our meal.
I would also learn that Marcy had been told in 1950 that she ...