Holiday Inn Sidney (I-80 & Highway 385)
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Today, we drove more back roads as we continued our trip north. Unfortunately, in this part of the US of A, there are few north-south interstates.
For our overnight stay, we pulled into a beautiful campground (much improved over last night's park) owned and operated by Cabela's. It sits between their corporate headquarters and their first store that they built ...
... so let's go that way.
Got into Colorado, up RT 385, pretty much the same terrain, and then it abruptly changed to big hills, denser woods, lots of lakes, and eighty three gajillion, billion, katrillion cattle. Wow. Now in Nebraska, headed to Wyoming and South Dakota. We think. Might change tomorrow.
Last night we stayed at the Prairie Dog State Park, on ...
Today was an interesting day. It started out perfect with blue skies, and a forecast of 30% rain later in the evening. Then it turned stormy, and eventually we were in the middle of a tornado watch! Colleen was nervous to say the least, especially with dark clouds looming over the horizon all around us. We managed to dodge the majority of the storm, and by the time we got to the Nebraska border, the sky was pretty well clear. We are now settled in for the night ...
Met with Kirk Enevoldsen of Potter State Bank. We discussed the problems of the rural economy and the damage that overregulation is doing to rural small businesses. Then we stopped over at Potter Sundry for Tin Roof Sundaes. Did you know they were invented there? And there really is a beautiful, old tin roof overhead? Never ceases to amaze me how unique and spectacularly diverse Nebraska really is, and how many inventions of all kinds came from ...
... cabins and homes and at the end of small dirt paths we would see mailboxes. I would hate to be the postal worker that had to deliver mail to these places.
The rest of our day was tedious; rain and fog and flat, boring landscape into Nebraska, where we are now. The campground is right next to a railroad track and a huge grain storage towers. The train goes by every 30 minutes. Made a pot of chili and we are ready to watch some ...