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... our impression of the smaller towns becoming dilapidated and deserted by the younger generations.
Pressing on, we soon came to the small town of Stuart. Though big enough to justify a water tower with its name on, it was still small - a sign said: "Home of 1700 good eggs and a few stinkers."
Route 6 merged into Interstate 80, and the miles passed quickly below our wheels. Undulating countryside of mixed farming use passed by, to ...
After we shut down at the small FBO on the north side of the field, we went inside to inquire about fuel and a bite of lunch. Although the fuel was $0.50 a gallon more expensive, the bookkeeper volunteered to let us borrow her personal van to run into town, and this without knowing anything about me - not even my name.
Alex and i drove three miles into the town of Portage, MO. WE'd been given directions to a restaurant (OK, it was ...
... I've heard of another Nebraska Republican who has served in politics for as long as Marv has. He has now put in SIXTY years as a GOP volunteer. Isn't that incredible? He started off with the late Sen. Carl Curtis in 1954 and has served a number of Republican leaders since then. Isn't it great to know about someone who has stayed that active and engaged into his 90s?
Hats off to you, Marv, and know that I deeply appreciate your support and friendship!
Do you know anybody who has been excelling at something for SIXTY years? I know someone: Marv Welstead of Fremont, one of my key supporters in this Republican Senate primary race.
Marv shared that his first political experience was helping the late Carl Curtis, the prominent Nebraska Republican . . . starting in 1954!!!
That means that, since he's helping me, he has now put in 60 years of political activism.
He will turn ...
... to come and have lunch with them and discuss issues.
She served red chili or white chili with a green salad and a luscious chocolate dessert. The decorations were patriotic because it was President's Day!
A good time was had by all! It is so fun to see the different ways people can come up with to mix socializing with politicizing!