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Travel Blogs from O Neill
Our last full day in Ainsworth started with a Mike AND Maggie bike ride to Long Pine and back. We noticed a couple new buildings this time: the museum and the original jail, which looks like a big cage with metal benches. This 18-mile ride was a new personal best for Maggie by three miles. Then, a nice cookout at brother Larry's with nephew Dave, brother Buggy and his son Andrew, and ...
... were quickly covered by the blowing and drifting
Undisturbed except by an occasional scavenging meat-eater, the
skeletons of these animals are preserved in their death positions,
complete with evidence of their last meals in their mouths and stomachs
and their last steps preserved in the sandstone below.
... not find his wallet. He called the Frosty Drive In back in Valentine and it was there. Mike and John are going back early tomorrow morning to Valentine to get his wallet. We said goodbye tonight and hope to see them tomorrow later in the day. 265 miles today Good night! Forgot to mention but when we were coming into Valentine Dave and almost hit a car that did a U-turn right I front of us. Dave was driving. He did a god job to avoid hitting the car. ...
Appreciated a visit at KBRX Radio in O'Neill as we wound our way toward Valentine.
It's a kick to have a Valentine's Day dinner in Valentine, Neb., but not to be outdone, we'll be back in O'Neill for the Big St. Patrick's Day festivities there, including the parade with the famous green horse!
Orchard is a delightful community just on the edge of the Sand Hills and off the beaten path -- which is a very, very good thing, if you love rural Nebraska as much as this man from Palmer, Neb., does!
Met a few voters and sought coverage from the Orchard News.