Fairfield Inn Lincoln
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... because John had an old Navy buddy who lives here. They were in "A" school together and haven’t seen each other since they were 19 years old. However, he was really happy to get the call from John and they talked like they just saw each other yesterday. We had an interesting visit at their place in Raymond, NE and then they took us out to dinner. He had pictures of himself and John in “A” school and they have ...
... on the road again after grabbing some coffee and filling up my tank. On my way out of town, I was driving down highway 2, once again surrounded by corn fields, I took a right off this little road and ended up in this tiny town called Unadilla, "The Groundhog Capital." There was a barber shop, a restaurant called "The Bar" and a bank. Cutest little town. I hopped back on highway 2 and enjoyed driving through more corn and soy fields and once I ...
... off came and went and I just kept riding, eventually going about 15 miles before I determined I would never see Hwy 75, plus I was low on fuel. Turned around, took a 77 turn off and ended up where I needed to be. Sadly no trifecta today, but I ordered a pizza, had a couple of beers, had a soak in the pool (bad order of events, I know) and called it an early night.
Let me start today's blog with a little background on our past, present and, hopefully, future RV experiences. I'll try not to bore you. Seriously, I'll try, but no guarantees.
After a career in the USN that spanned twenty-seven years, and living in eight different states and three countries, Mike and I thought it would be fun to travel to the places we wanted to go, not the places we had to go.
... who died as soldiers in WWII and Vietnam and Afghanistan. And the words of John F. Kennedy adorn this memorial, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country". I was moved by this place and thought, if I lived nearby, I would love to volunteer my time to such a worthy cause.
We then headed south to Lincoln, the capitol of Nebraska, and before finding our hotel, we took a side trip to see the capitol building, which ...