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... of blocks away called the Prairie Park that showed brass sculptures of geese and buffalo that were abundant at the point Omaha was first being developed. Again the contrast of these figures against the buildings were intriguing.
The third park we went to was the Heartland of America Park, site of a world exposition in the 1930’s. It boasts one of the highest spouting fountains in the US. We took a photo but the white spray against the gray sky did ...
... buttons. So, that won't be accurate :(.... Oh well. And Kody got out the RV door, that I thought I shut, at the Horseshoe. She ran two trucks down and was just standing there looking back at the RV when I realized. Such a good girl, came running back in when I called her! Whew! We would of never gotten her with all of the critters out these parts! Thank you Baby ...
... is located in the Market district of Omaha, an area of 1800 warehouses where the first floors have been converted to shops and many upper floors to apartments. Peg then collected her first 'souvenir' a pair of fox jade ear rings. She got in the pattern during our 2010 trip of getting earrings at major sites of our trip. She is putting them on as I am writing this Thur. morning.
One of the fascinating area characteristics in ...
... flooded (sits on the Missouri river)so we had to turn around and find another campsite. The next one we found looked like a really bad place, scary in fact. By then it was after 7pm, and Chris and I were too tired to even set up the camper, so we copped out and stayed at the Days Inn. Not the greatest accommodations, but they allowed pets and had nice staff. Hopefully, tomorrow will be better. Good night ...
... and then, POOF, out of nowhere there is a small town. At the third such stop, just over the boarder of Kansas, Donna and Nick wanted to know how much further. I replied, "one more leg." They were OK with that, and off we went. At the fourth stop, in Nebraska, I said, "it is about 65 miles to Omaha, do you want to go one more leg? Donna replied, "You said one more leg the last stop, and now you are adding a foot!" We had little choice but to keep going. Looking ...