Travel Blogs from O Neill
... time today. Which means, we spent money. SURPRISE!!!
There are pictures of all stuff we did attached. We are off to Mt Rushmore and Custer St Park tomorrow. Hopefully we will make it to Coty tomorrow night.
Oh I forgot to mention - We met a lady in Mitchell who is a Red Hatter. She was MC at their state convention last month. Fun to meet a fellow hatter.
... br> ashfall, but as they continued to graze on the ash covered grasses,
their lungs began to fill up with the abrasive powder. Soon their lungs
became severely damaged and they began to die.
The smaller animals died first (smaller lung capacities) and
finally, after perhaps three to five weeks, the last of the rhinos
... NE. No place to eat in town so the Motel mgr. sent us to a steak house 5 mile up the road just off the highway as - she put it. Well it was not just off the road it was a right hand turn off the highway over a bridge in the middle of this little town. The place was not much to look at but the food was good. The town was Bristow and we found it to be a great place to take pictures of old buildings and the cars. We got back to the Motel and ...
Appreciated a visit at KBRX Radio in O'Neill as we wound our way toward Valentine.
It's a kick to have a Valentine's Day dinner in Valentine, Neb., but not to be outdone, we'll be back in O'Neill for the Big St. Patrick's Day festivities there, including the parade with the famous green horse!
Orchard is a delightful community just on the edge of the Sand Hills and off the beaten path -- which is a very, very good thing, if you love rural Nebraska as much as this man from Palmer, Neb., does!
Met a few voters and sought coverage from the Orchard News.