Courtyard Omaha LaVista
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... 2,000 artifacts, many in excellent condition. The ship was transporting goods to the gold fields so it included many mining tools such as shovels, blasting powder, and pick heads. It also included all sorts of food and wines. They have stabilized much of the collection and representative displays are shown in a climate controlled room.
In addition to the shipwreck they had a beautiful indoor observation center set up for fairly large groups due to the ...
... 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 ...
... is located in the Market district of Omaha, an area of 1800 warehouses where the first floors have been converted to shops and many upper floors to apartments. Peg then collected her first 'souvenir' a pair of fox jade ear rings. She got in the pattern during our 2010 trip of getting earrings at major sites of our trip. She is putting them on as I am writing this Thur. morning.
One of the fascinating area characteristics in ...
... Peg had fried gizzards. She claimed they were good – must be an acquired taste. As I read this back to her she whined, “I grew up eating gizzards”. We then went back to the campground and hooked on to the camper that we had left ready to go except for getting Tex out and turning off the air conditioner we left on for him.
Shortly after leaving Adele we picked up one of the scenic drives identified in the atlas. It was route 44 a nice two lane back ...
... sensitive disposition, please let me conclude:
The Aborigine got up, and approached the microphone.
"Me an' Tim a walking went,
met three *****s in a pop-up tent,
they was three, and we was two,
so I bucked one and Timbukto."
The audience erupted in applause, and the Aborigine won.
Well, after 274 miles today, and a bit of a yarn, it's good night from me, and it's goodnight from him, her and her, goodnight.