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... demonstrations/experiences to see because it was not the weekend. They seem to run a limited experience programme during the weekdays, but still charge the same price. I guess the trade off was a very quiet zoo experience. After the zoo we had dinner at Cheesecake Factory. We both had salads and we shared a 30th birthday cheesecake. It was a reasonably warm day today, but it was pants weather so no shorts today. As we head south from tomorrow we will be getting back to hotter ...
... on the flight to Omaha due to supposedly bumpy flight (it wasn't that bad). It's definitely cooler in Omaha, with the temp in the high teens rather than the mid to late 20s we have had to date. We got a pretty good car, a Sonata, from National car rental, and I felt really comfortable straight away driving on right side of road and left side of the car. The previous experiences have made it easy to get back into being on the other ...
... life, presidential years and a lot about his post-presidential activities. Visit West Branch, IA if you're ever in this region of the country.
The remainder of the afternoon included motoring 250 miles across the rolling cornfields of Iowa. It really is pretty farmland with strips of terraced fields including some large wind turbines - immense 3-bladed affairs, scattered across the fields and miles of highway.
Unfortunately, we were unable to view ...
... 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!