Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Kearney
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... awhile but with every day and especially 15 days it is a little tender. :) :) Thank god the beds usually have pillow tops! Left Colorado this morning and traveled thru Vail and a couple of ski areas along route 70. Air temperature 49 degrees moving at around 70-75 it was chilly too say the least. When we got to our 1st gas stop about 2 hours later Shane said he was cold, so you know it was cold! Colorado is ...
Our first decent storm on this trip was last night in Grand Island when a thunder-boomer rolled through dropping a half inch of rain at 3am. Fortunately, nothing serious and all was clear by 6:30am when Mike hopped on his bike and headed out into the countryside for a 21-mile ride. After breakfast with JoAnn at Tommy's diner and short visits with JoAnn's kids, Justin and Alicia, we made the short 40-mile trip to Kearney ...
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 ...
... only fresh local grown products. After that, we went back to the rig and took a walk and the girls headed back to study for tomorrow's finals. May 7th, Jordan came over after completing a couple more finals and we went to the Great Platte River Archway which spans I-80. It makes for an interesting way to view the history of Kearney, Nebraska, and the settlers who struck ...
We took a last-minute swing through Kearney and spoke to a classroom full of students at the University of Nebraska-Kearney.
They had tremendously thoughtful questions and it was a pleasure to discuss issues with them. One student said a relative had been in the United States -- legally -- from Switzerland for ...