Holiday Inn Lincoln - Downtown
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... on the road again after grabbing some coffee and filling up my tank. On my way out of town, I was driving down highway 2, once again surrounded by corn fields, I took a right off this little road and ended up in this tiny town called Unadilla, "The Groundhog Capital." There was a barber shop, a restaurant called "The Bar" and a bank. Cutest little town. I hopped back on highway 2 and enjoyed driving through more corn and soy fields and once I ...
... behind. There is a pointy thing on the top that from a distance looks like a sculpture of some kind but closer up you realize it is, in fact, just a pointy thing.
Trying to abide by my own rules eschewing Interstates I took Hwy 30 that parallels I80 from Ogallala to Gothenburg where I stopped to look at an original Pony Express shack. It is a way station where riders would stop for a snack, a pee ...
... we traveled from Maine to Florida with stops in between. We blew out tires, lost an awning, and our brakes. We ran from several hurricanes and were fortunate not to run into any. We met some super people, saw some awesome places and didn't kill each other. We upgraded to a Fleetwood Pace Arrow, 36' with three slides and continued our travels until October of 2005, when we came back to New Hampshire.
... paneer, jeera rice and raita. After a sumptuous lunch we started to drive again and our next stop was coffee in Lincoln, NE. then we drove straight to ames and had delicious dinner made and kept by Supraja for us. so we reached home and all in all we drove 5858miles :-)
... Hatsavan to start out looking for butterflies. The waterways during these arid areas are a great area to look, as thousands of 'mudpuddling' white and blue butterflies gather on the water. Butterflies that lepidopterophiles should be expecting to determine around Gaghadir and Hatsavan have the fritillary Melitaea trivia caucasi, the hairstreak Satyrium ledereri, the Persian Skipper, Persian Fritillary, Southern Swallowtail and Dawn Clouded Yellow. Another excursion ...