Days Inn McCook
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... and that it's another busy hall with three congregations, one Spanish and two English-speaking.
On Wednesday night I was back in Indiana and again went to the Bloomington hall for the Congregation Book Study, Ministry School and Service Meeting. But this night it was a different congregation to the one I'd visited before so a whole new bunch of faces awaited me.
They were ...
Today was a gorgeous day aboard the California Zephyr! The sun was shining, the clouds dotted the blue sky and we enjoyed the views of Iowa, Nebraska, and Colorado. We were also able to play a ton of cards, read and chat with tons of people. The train has allowed us to slow down ...
... The fountains and statues were great. But, it was time to head to the train station. Where we waited for train 5 to leave. We waited and waited and waited! The only benefit of the delay was that we were able to watch then entire USA v. Portugal match. David got the kids chanting, "I believe that we will win!" It was fun. 5 hours late we boarded our train! It was fun to settle in, eat dinner and watch the sunset. Then we went to ...
Monday I start a week long graduate level class at UNL in Lincoln, Nebraska. It will be held at the International Quilt Study Museum and is called Asian Patchwork.
I will be learning about quilts from the far East. There will be
special emphasis on China quilts. ...
... fields enormous and much of mid-west America barren with hardly any Starbucks for a Frappuccino (gone are the places where you find a Starbucks on every corner!!) but you will find a Dollar General store in every small town and a lot of intensive beef production. Not the picture of American farming (big herds of happy cows in fields with men in boots and spurs and cowboy hats sat on horses corralling them) that I had imagined. The image instead of ...