Motel 6 York
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day 28 by Eden We left at 9am. We got to our friends' house in Nebraska at 7pm. It took a long time to get there. Then we met the Epp family: .Adelé, Jakin and Conlen. We had tacos for dinner tonight with our friends. The girls ate our dinner in the treehouse! After dinner we played horses, baby dolls and paper dolls. And we also did dress up clothes. Then we took showers and went to bed. The ...
It is countdown until departure day to Spain after so many months of preparing, it's hard to believe that the day is almost here. The Spanish club will be using this site to share our trip with everyone! We will post pictures and updates as much as we can so you can be on the "Adventure in Spain" with us from the comfort of you own home. Thank you for your support and your help in getting us to our ...
... from but Terry has been driving for over 7 hours which is too long. It is an older campground that the people just bought in November but it has a lot of large green fields and a small lake with paddle boats. Our view happens to be a cornfield and nothing like the smell of newly mowed grass/hay which is next to the cornfield.
Nebraska has some nice countryside but we will have to visit them during another ...
... We generally followed a southern route on Nebraska Federal Highway 77 towards Seward. The only interesting thing (other than the well kept farmsteads) was evidence of recent widespread tornadoes where several buildings were scattered along the landscape and numerous trees downed and branches broken off.
We arrived in Seward (about 25 miles northwest of Lincoln) at about 4:30 and checked into a campground on the edge of the town. At ...
... Nebraska about 40 miles on the US81 at about 3.30pm. It was really scary but really amazing, clouds were starting to rotate right above our heads, our ears popped, adrenalin was pumping and then we could see a tornado about 8 miles in the distance. We did it and it was ...