Holiday Inn Express Kearney
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... turned it a less appetizing colour. Cleaning up wasn’t the easiest but it didn’t take too long then we were ready to head off.
At the rest stop Daren also found a praying mantis so grabbed his camera – he was very excited to get such close up pictures of something he’d never seen in its natural habitat.
Darren drove a while then stopped in another rest stop and we had about 6 hours sleep and were ready to hit the road and finish off this leg of the ...
Oh my gosh I had to drive about 20 minutes to a grocery store after we got to camp, but it was the best drive I've had since I lived in Ohio. I had my windows down doing 60+ on a straightaway through a country road dividing cornfields. And I felt humidity again for the first time since we drove through Illinois almost ...
... bounding across the road...they were not afraid and stared at us as we took pictures of them. Next we saw what was possible a badger or wolverine...not sure, only saw it from behind. Next I cry out...moose!!! Jeff backs up and we see a mama and baby close to the roadside having some breakfast...so cute. Btw, that makes 5 moose sightings on this trip, they may be my spirit animal. No more sightings the rest of our journey but there are some incredible views. At the top of the ...
Sheila and I left South Fork today at 7:00AM heading back to Iowa. Attached you will see a picture of Pike's Peak. Also in the picture is a speed limit sign from I-25. While I do not drive the maximum speed limit when pulling the coach, today was a bit unique. With the speed limit of 75 mph, we averaged about 20 mph. Our lesson learned ...
... through dying small towns at about 15-20 mile intervals, clusters of shuttered businesses, abandoned houses, deserted Main Streets with only the still functioning churches and tiny Post Offices evidence of the continuing life in the houses that were still occupied. The extent of decay of these communities was inversely related to the size of the settlement. The smallest were almost completely moribund, the slightly larger ones showing more vitality.
It is hard ...