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... today, they have become a community of small businesses and single families. A tinge of sadness can be heard as they tell their story.
Oh, and Amana Refrigeration passed through many hands, but today is run by Whirlpool.
We drove down US 6 in this lovely valley through Grinnell, home of Grinnell College, but opted to hit the interstate. We settled down for the night west of Omaha. Tomorrow: Colorado bound, with a few stops on the way.
Spent the night in the Cracker Barrel in Council Bluffs. Breakfast there. Headed to Horseshoe Casino. Had a good time there. Ate at the Binion. Played for awhile. Smaller than the Horseshoe in Baltimore, but nice. Getting ready to head out of this town. Fueling up, bugs off the windshield, ready to roll east! 1044pm here. Oh, and the trip mileage cleared... Somehow with ...
... would get on a 16 hour flight to Sydney, Australia. Once we were in Sydney we would take another 3 hour flight to go backwards since we flew over New Zealand. Now since our flights have all been cancelled, we will take a different and more convenient route today on the 26th of May. Today we will fly over to Phoenix, up to L. A., and then a straight shot to New Zealand. If everything goes as planned, then we should arrive by 6am Thursday the 28th of ...
Two things stand out about today: (1) It was the 93rd birthday of Marv Welstead of Fremont, one of our campaign's premier and much-valued volunteers, and (2) Marv invited me to speak to the Fremont Rotary Club on his birthday, arranged the whole thing, and even introduced me!
What you do on your birthday, you do all year long . . . and if Marv Welstead will continue to support my campaign all year long, I will be a very lucky man.
I'm wondering if the home of Phyllis and Steve Beyer is located on the highest point in Douglas County. The Elkhorn River ridge on which their home stands gives a panoramic view of the Elkhorn River valley both to the west and to the east.
It was a beautiful setting for a campaign event that they hosted for me. New friends and longtime ones mingled, heard me speak, ate the delicious buffet offerings, and discussed issues.
Steve made ...