Hampton Inn Lincoln - Heritage Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was a travelling day to meet Rhona's first cousin Eileen in Lincoln Nebraska with whom we are sharing a North American all stops tour for twelve days. We eventually arrived in Lincoln after an eventful day travelling; 18 hours door to door, as we missed our connection in Denver after being delayed out of San Francisco. So, 6 hour stop over in Denver Airport and a diversion ...
... the time I crossed the Nebraska border it was almost clear. I noticed a strange phenomenon near where the horizon should be, - a straight line between sky and earth, - Wait! That IS the horizon! I haven't seen it that well defined since the last cold front in Florida!
Good flight up here to Crete, NE (KCEK) south of Lincoln. Landed on their turf runway 13 at about 18:00 CDT.
I was the only airplane on the ramp if you don't count ...
... and Grandpa as we left. We headed back to the coach, hooked it up, and headed down the road.
Our first stop is Lincoln, NE for the night. We got to the campground just in the knick of time as there were a number of thunderstorms in the area. Sounds like there will be some heavy weather in the area during the night. It should be interesting.
Chuck and Sheila ...
Our day started with a quick walk through Cabella's; we think the article about Cabella's being the main tourist attraction in Nebraska was highly exaggerated! It was windy today so Jim did all the driving, starting with 100 miles to breakfast which we enjoyed at a rest stop along the highway. Today we developed an appreciation for the journey ...
We left Colorado to clear skies and temps in the '30's F, driving into Kansas, where we lost an hour by leaving Mountain Time and entering Central Time Zone.
Kansas is as flat as a pancake with vast plains of corn stubble and lots of cattle. Now that we were out of the poor weather from the Rockies we needed to head back up north to Nebraska to head towards Omaha. ...