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... had items within it that would have been sold to it's customers. I bought a box of the game of "jacks"! Remember playing jacks? The last building we went to was a collection of farming equipment. There were tractors and all sorts of farm equipment. Ha, Greg toured it, while I talked to the nice docents that were seated by the front door. They asked me where we were from, and thanked us for dropping by. Greg has pictures of what he saw in the ...
Had a nice supper at Pam's Pub and Grub. Maggie and I shared the chicken fried steak and hash browns. Yummmmeeee! She always has to order chicken fried steak when we come back to Nebraska because she grew up on it and says you just can't find it fixed like this anywhere else. Then, JoAnn took us downtown where we checked out some of the sites on the main drag, 3rd St. The Grand ...
After 7 hours, we made it to Cornhuskerland! Here's a picture of Maggie and her college buddy, JoAnn, with whom we will be staying tonight. The ride was easy, no bad weather. I will have to say that it seemed like we were in Missouri all day! That state needs an Interstate highway that runs diagonally from the Southeast to the Northwest. Driving straight across from St. Louis to Kansas City, then up to Nebraska City is ...
Today was a good day. I set my sights on Grand Island and I made it with ease. We left Gothenburg and when we got to Cozad there were 10 miles of closed freeway and the was no way to ride around it so we had to drive 30 miles around it to get to the other side. Then I got back on my bike and rode towards Lexington. The ride as usual was uneventful besides a train passing me every 15 minutes. After Lexington came Overton and Elm Creek. Alll the ...
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