Days Inn & Suites Lincoln
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After meeting a couple people unenthusiastically from Nebraska and being told the same story again and again........... we still went through Nebraska. Because I just wanted a shot glass that said we were in Nebraska. After a million stops we finally found a store that sold one or two. We went into Kody park in Keith County and found some cowboys and covered wagons. And that was ...
When arriving at Lincoln, we had spent a total of $106.43 in gas at a Shell and Chevron. When we ran out of food in our ice chest, we ate at Deny's Diner for some good old American breakfast for $12.27. Buddy saw a flyer in the restaurant inviting people to visit the Nebraska State Capital. It was cool to see the amazing architecture in which the building was built. Inside there were historical dates carved into the limestone walls.
We left the campground at 8:15. It was only 41 deg. and cloudy. Rain is in the forecast. John didn't pack any long pants, so he was freezing this morning when he took Beckett for a walk.
At the request of our friend Ron Wolf, we had to drive into downtown Ogallala to take some pictures because this is where his hero, John La****n, was born. We started by going to Boot Hill Cemetery. Although no one famous is buried there, there ...
It was once called "The Great American Desert"
State insect is the honeybee
Spam (canned meat) is produced in Freemont, NE
Nickname is "Tree Planter State
Current Population: 1,868,516
Total Square Miles: 77,358sq.mi
... techniques that are still used today. He made over 300 quilts over a fifty-year period. The museum holds over 4000 quilts in its collection, but it displays only limited numbers at a time on a rotating basis every three months or so. The exhibits focus on the development of quilting, techniques, history, and preservation. This was an interesting place and a highlight for Tammy.