Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Norfolk
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7/2 Day 11 We resumed sightseeing today after a CVS stop for script renewals. This was a real pleasure due to their national computer system. On our 2010 trip scripts were a real pain as we were doing mailed scripts and had to get everything mailed to a general delivery in a future town. Then had to go back and get everything mailed back home after the trip.
We first went to the Lewis and Clark memorial in Council Bluff. It looked like a beautiful ...
... 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 ...
... of the sun that can be
seen is in the reflection off the lake.
Today we decided to check out Pierce, at least a little more thoroughly than we'd done before. The first thing that struck us was that they don't have an actual grocery store, and you can couple that strangeness with extremely few stop signs. Concerning the grocery stores; there are three in all. But, two are housed inside liquor stores and the other appears to be a converted laundromat. As for the few and ...
... our fossils. The site itself is 7 miles from nowhere outside of Royal, Nebraska, and as flat and straight as the drive in had been; it became the rockies as we wound upwards to Ash Fall Fossil Beds. From the get-go we were on our own, as the curator was busy with a small busload of college students from Iowa State University. In the visitor's building, past the knick-knacks and books (bought 3 to read) is a skeleton of a baby rhinoceros, 12 million years ...
... soil pile in every Sunday to say the Lord's Prayer, and hear sermons relaying the joys about days in heaven. It's a peaceful feeling that a place exists that's within reach; a place where all can be safe. They mimic this alternate reality with small towns, where one can find your own idyllic world.
Zero doubt will be in your mind about its apt name, if you happen across Cloud County, Kansas. The suspended animation of lofty ...