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So we cycled to Omaha from Brayton, IA, which was about 115km (70 miles). We stayed at Ali's place that she shares with her roommates. Her boyfriend Scott showed us around town and had a great time!
We then made our way North towards the badlands. We went all ...
... more successful communal lifestyles seen in the US, settling within a beautiful valley northwest of Iowa City. There, self-sufficient and capable, they began to thrive. They soon established themselves as crafts people, and their goods, from woolens to metalcraft, became highly valued in the marketplace.
They ate in communal kitchens, tended gardens, labored together in the fields...everyone contributed. Women were valued, had authority and a ...
... 8217;m a few days behind the schedule I made and which I have no need to attend to. I crossed the river back to MO and then headed north through St. Joseph and used I29 most of the way to Council Bluffs. I did cross the river again to Nebraska City NE to visit the LC Center located there. During the LC bicentennial each state that is on the LC trail was given ...
... here's the rub: they make a chili sauce version - Beanee Weenee Chilee (not even kidding) - but it is not available in Minnesota or Iowa. Please help me locate a can or several cans.
If anyone finds it, I will change my name to Reenee for a week. Beanee Weenee Reenee.
Back to Omaha, we spent a day exploring some of the best that O-Town has to offer: beef, the Old Market, and, yes, champagne on tap. Kris and Tim are ...
... a full-time sailor.
My last thought on this trip is that there are interesting people everywhere you go. And if we just take the time to stop and hear their stories, then we receive an even greater blessing. Todd and I have been blessed to travel these last few days, but it's the PEOPLE ~ young and old ~ that can be a greater blessing if we are willing to take the time.
May God bless you, and may God continue to bless America!