Hampton Inn & Suites Scottsbluff Conference Center
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Na een hele korte nacht van 5 uurtjes moesten we deze morgen eerst wat "komisjes" doen. Eerst naar Walmart om een voorraad voor onderweg in te slaan. Ontbijt, lunch, drankjes en snacks, en dan natuurlijk een koelbox met ijs om alles koel te houden. Daarna naar AT&T voor 3 telefoonkaarten zodat we ook tijdens de lange ritten wat kunnen …
... it is nap time the call must be heeded;
Finished for the day in Scott's Bluff, NE. Once again pulled the trifecta with bar, bed & gas (BBG) right next to one another. Had an amazing bone in rib eye at the Whiskey Grill, a couple of happy pops and back to my room!
I see I have rambled on quite a bit here so I shall stop now and talk to you soon!
Today we visited our last 2 NPS sites in Nebraska. First up, Agate Fossil Beds NM. This was the site of a significant fossil find including a "dogbear" with underground dens, a 6 foot tall pig-like animal, and a pony-sized rhinoceros. The theory is that the spot where the fossils were found was a watering hole and as the food sources (vegetation) was eaten up close to the water, animals had to travel farther between the two until they ...
Today we had the "pleasure" of driving west across Nebraska. It wasn't a bad drive, so we won't complain, but let's be honest, Nebraska terrain is only slightly more interesting than Kansas terrain. As we left Lincoln, the corn fields slowly have way to cattle farms. There were some rolling hills and lakes, which was nice. Our destination for today was Chimney Rock & Scottsbluff (the town; the National Monument is Scott's ...
... The North Platte River was critical to the pioneers as they went West. The Mormons traveled west on the north side of the river and wound up in Utah. Others traveled on the south side and wound up in California. There were many places we might have stopped but we chose the two rock formations that were landmarks for the Pioneers.