Hampton Inn & Suites Lincoln - Northeast I-80
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... so much land that isn't taken over by industry and concrete. Although I'm assuming most of this land is owned by Monsanto and its all GMO corn. I would keep rambling but I should hit the road and I am getting awfully sick of listening to these Starbucks employees. I'd rather be listening to Carol King belt it out. Plus, JoJo is probably getting lonely in the car. (My awesome co-pilot -- a huge gorilla stuffed animal. Had him since I was like 3.) Off to St. Louis! ...
... in a galldern hurryBut many cons;
- You get where you are going in a galldern hurry
- You have to focus so ******* the road there is no sight seeing
- They are typically boringly straight
- Competition is fierce
- You gotta keep the hammer down all the time
- Nebraska Interstates are pre cast concrete so there is an expansion bump every 30' or so, gets tiring in a hurry
... of 2000, we started looking at RVs and put our house on the market. We were shocked when within three weeks we had a buyer. The speed that the house went under contract was totally unexpected. We thought it would take at least six months for it to sell, but we had 45 days until closing. Mike was still under contract with CACI at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard until May. So we bought our first motorhome, a 34' ...
... 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 ...
... as we tailgated in the Nebraska sunshine, shook hands and introduced our campaign. Huskers could easily have won the game, but made too many fumbles. Proud of their fight, anyway.
A lot of energy and great questions from the UNL College Republicans group on campus. Appreciated the invitation to speak to the leaders of tomorrow on Nov. 20. I'm a proud alum and serve on the board of the N.U. Foundation, so it is very pleasing to see these bright young students doing so well.