Motel 6 Scottsbluff
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The canopy overhead was all blue sky with the exception of a couple of isolated storm cells, like the one pictured below in this panorama shot;
I kept thinking I would drive into one, but then the highway would bend and I would miss it. To date, having drove a little over 2200 km I have been rained on for exactly 30 seconds. Overall it has been a very enjoyable trip thus far, but as is often the ...
... t make the trek. Another interesting bit about this location is the owner of the ranch where the fossils were found. He was an Army scout, a homesteader, and was highly regarded by several Native American tribes, Lakota being one if them, including Red Cloud. He received many gifts from the natives, which were on display. Our second stop was Scott's Bluff, which is a somewhat unique land formation along the Oregon Trail. It was the first ...
... Nebraska. While not too common, we have encountered that type if situation before. Basically it just mean the visitor center & displays aren't quite as "uniform" as most other NP sites. From there, we found a campsite in Gering, NE near the base of Scott's Bluff. We will visit that National Monument tomorrow. The campsites are very well kept, but overall the campground is nothing too exciting. It is very windy...to the ...
... 500 miles from there. A long steady day of riding got me there. The morning started at 53 degrees and hit 93 degrees in the afternoon. Again the terrain changes so much over the day's traveling it is amazing. There were many electronic signs above the highway which can post information for travelers. Since they will close the freeway when conditions are bad it makes sense to have them. It was ...
... apparently a bluff. Zion and Prince found the iron cattle
statues pulling the display wagons near the old trail ruts to be highly
threatening and wouldn’t stop barking at them, the first of our wildlife encounters
with them on the trip.
About 20 miles east of Scottsbluff stands Chimney Rock, a
landmark on the trails west that sticks up out of the plains about 300 feet. I
can see why it’s called a chimney.