Howard Johnson Kearney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... state on the west you have canyons in the middle you have the rockies and up north it is flat land like the plain states. To me by far it is the nicest and most favorite state to ride thru. We crossed the central time zone in Nebraska where we are now for the night. Nebraska farm lands with alot of crops, cattle and dairy farms. Ahhhhh the smells you can only experience to ...
... Maggie's niece, Stacie and Stacie's husband, Kevin, their daughter, mini-Stacie (actually Ashton), and Stacie's mother, Bev. A grand time was had by all as Kevin grilled kebobs, and we played in the park across the street with Ashton and Braddock. Earlier in the day, though, we had to stop at Cabela's because after all, Nebraska is their home. It's sort of a state landmark so if you're here you might as well stop and see ...
We stumbled upon this attraction in the farmlands if Nebraska... It's a giant archway over the freeway with a historic western museum. We didn't go up into the museum (a little behind on time) but they had other cool things to explore outside including a human maze, a earth lodge and a giant statue of a bison. A small treat from the monotonous car ride through the Great Plains of ...
... very good and very authentic. May 6th, we caught up on laundry in the morning. Then Jordan, and her roommate, Grace, came over when they finished their finals for that day. Now for some wine tasting! We drove over to Lexington to Mac's Creek Winery. All their fruit comes from here in NE. They do a lighter and sweeter wine than we usually drink, but some very nice wines ...
... and had not yet been granted U.S. citizenship!
It is in the everyday conversations I've been having in this U.S. Senate campaign that I am learning more and more about ways that our government is creating problems for people, instead of solving them.
I vow to be a problem-solver in the U.S. Senate!