Econo Lodge Lincoln
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Last night I stayed in Lincoln, Nebraska at a girl named Rebecca's house. I met her through the website Couchsurfing. She is 26 and graduated from University of Nebraska right in Lincoln and grew up in western Nebraska. She lived right downtown and when I arrived at about 4:30, we walked to a ramen restaurant and then down to a coffee place in the "Haymarket" which is the more historical part of Lincoln. Lincoln is a really cool town and has a bunch ...
... horses. No napping allowed, not then or now! I shot my bike in front of it as a modern update! Sadly when you read the inscription on the rock you find that it was moved from its original site and restored there which kinda makes it a rip-off in my books. Still I was there so I shot some video for your enjoyment:
There was a frustrating amount of farm traffic (I understand, a nation's gotta eat!) on ...
... is to travel west, take our time and see where the spirit leads us. (Mike spirit is telling him Palm Springs, CA) We will be heading back east to spend the summer in New Hampshire with the family.
So to all of our family and friends, thanks for your encouragement and comments. It helps make the one bad thing about being on the road, missing all of you, a little more bearable.
Bye for now and stay well.
... visited this place in 1966 and was anxious to see it again, to see how it had changed in 50 years. And changed it has. For one thing, they now provide a home for as many girls as boys. And for another, these kids no longer live in dormitories, but rather in family homes on campus. Each home houses 6-8 kids and is run by a family, the parents trained in counseling and providing a solid family living experience. We saw many of these kids on campus doing chores, ...
We stayed at a motel in sterling and then in the morning started our drive back to ames. On the way for a surprise we saw an ad for a punjabi dhabha and we decided to go there for lunch as we had not had indian food for a while.
the food at the dhabha was good. We had ...