Harrah's Council Bluffs
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Another day of good weather, 691 kms covered and two more states, Illinois and Iowa, are behind us.
The boys are really taking to this travelling lifestyle.
... we were on honeymoon ;-) Afterwords we strolled to a nearby fountain, which was very pretty, and now as I write this we are sitting in a pub, sharing a pumpkin wheat beer :-) We get back on the Amtrak in about 2 hours, and it's then on to Denver! We get in at about 7am, so wish us luck getting to sleep! Albeit a short stay, Omaha really helped us to recharge our batteries, and we had some great food and visited a fantastic zoo - all in all, a fantastic pit stop! ...
Cheyenne is the capital of Wyoming, and a most appropriate place to be so. It is very neat and well cared for. We had a look at the historic site of the Sand Creek massacre of 1864, when General George Crook made his oft quoted and now fiercely inappropriate statement that the "only good Indian is a dead Indian", shortly before his troops massacred several hundred old ...
... walked along the wagon road. We also went over to Sutherland on the north side of the Platte rivers and saw the tracks left by the mormon wagon trains over the same sand hills.
We drove past Scouts Rest--Buffalo Bills home in North Platte--nothin too much to see, ...
... so we had to go back through security. Of course this was after our bags were checked and Jim found out that the bottles he was carrying from the duty free store in Lima could no longer go as carry on. He finally ended up giving it away, but was able to save a unique bottle once it was empty. Fortunately, we had plenty of time between flights to get all that sorted out. We even had time to get a bite to eat. Then it was on ...