Holiday Inn Grand Island-Midtown
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The rest of the day was spent hanging out at the RV with Kaylene and Brian watching football and doing laundry.
It's all over and what a great event it was. All the best for Mike and Justine as they move forward into their life together. Love you guys. ...
... the decorations done. Everything is ready and it looks great. Kaylene has done a great job putting everything together, she's a great project manager.
Tonight is the rehearsal dinner, which Amy has done a great job putting it together. Amy had been a great go to person for Kaylene, since she lives here ...
... than we had thought. It turned out really cute, we all told Jordan that there would be no button garland in her future.
Brian and Larry drove over to the WWII Naval Ammunition Depot. It was undescribable - 48.7K acres, 35 square miles of bunkers and assembly buildings that are for the most part are still there that were built in eight months. They built and assembled almost every naval munition used by the Navy during ...
Arriving in Grand Island around 5 pm, in time to walk around downtown Grand Island, not much to see but alright. I was able to buy a vintage postcard for my collection! We got a picnic at a little grocery store and went to Eagle Scout Lake, which was a lovely and peaceful sight.
We stayed at the Days Inn near the highway in Grand Island for $79.00
Left Edmond, Ok about 8 AM continuing on I-35. Several rest areas. Arrived Grand Island, Neb about 4:15. paid $4 for the Kansas Turnpike(what a joke) Fueled at exit 312 @ Pilot(73.9 at $4.01/9)
Everthing is dry but lots of corn and sunflowers all under irrigation. The KOA was dry, gravel and dusty.