Econo Lodge Lincoln
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... on the Tarmac for thunderstorms and an "interesting" flight dodging said thunderstorms, saw us into Omaha late. A very late pick up in Omaha by Eileen and son of the year recipient, Nick who drove, saw us safe in the Lincoln at 1230 AM. A famous David Voigt, Martini calmed the nerves and saw us to bed. The end of a long day. The moral.......... Don't agree to a 45 minute transit ...
Finally! - got enough of a break in the Wx to get out of Versailles, MO. It was so frustrating sitting there watching the weather radar that showed clear conditions 15 miles west of me. I thought about trying to taxi the airplane down the road toward the good Wx, because there was no way to fly with the low ceilings and rain ;-)
I took off around 14:40 and couldn't get above 900 ft for the first 10 miles. The cloud deck gradually elevated ...
Today we head towards Gunnison, CO. Before we left, we stopped by the condo and said goodbye to the kids. Izzie had just gotten up and was full of energy. She loves to have Grandpa help her walk. I'm convinced she will be walking by her first birthday in three weeks. So we bedded farewell to the kids. They will be sticking around the area for a couple more days. Right on queue, Izzie waved ...
... Platte River Archway. It is a museum and monument to Nebraska's and the Platte River valley's role in westward expansion. The Archway is directly over Interstate 80. .
We passed a lot of small towns and each one had a museum of some sort usually about the western pioneers. It is helpful to have a smartphone because I was constantly looking up stuff we saw on the way and it made the ride more interesting.
We stopped ...
... took NE 2 from Alliance to Grand Island, where we picked up 80 East to Lincoln.. Cattle ranching is the prevailing activitynin the area. A "cowboy" we met told us that many of the ranches are 10,000+ acres, and a number are in excess of 30,000. The landscape is rolling hills similar to SD. You can see in some areas the sand showing through the grasses where either the grasses have died or the ...