Oak Tree Inn - Fremont
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7/2 Day 11 We resumed sightseeing today after a CVS stop for script renewals. This was a real pleasure due to their national computer system. On our 2010 trip scripts were a real pain as we were doing mailed scripts and had to get everything mailed to a general delivery in a future town. Then had to go back and get everything mailed back home after the trip.
We first went to the Lewis and Clark memorial in Council Bluff. It looked like a beautiful ...
... do more fun things later.
Went grocery shopping after I got back. Peg had really packed the camper with frozen food from our freezer at home and loads of staples, so this was a trip for eggs and fresh vegetables.
Our critter for the day was a young 6 point buck with velvet antlers. I was surprised how small he was compared to our deer in upstate NY. We got back to camp about 9 PM, had a campfire, then a late dinner of ...
... bit of havoc.
Parked up the road from Outflow boundary and got sandblasted.
Nick set up stream, streamed chase for a bit. Bit of DJing.
Had dinner in Grand Island, NE where a big MCS system came right overhead while we were eating. Love those systems. Lightning, wind and horizontal rain
Lightning show all the way through to Omaha where we stayed overnight.
Yesterday, the 25th of May, Lauren Steirmen and I arrived at the airport around 5pm to find out that our flight had been cancelled due to terrible storms down in Dallas. Luckily Lauren and I were still in Omaha so we did not have to stay the night in an airport. Major thanks to my dad and Shelley for immediately searching for flights and a new flight route for the next day. Our original plan was to fly down to Dallas for a little less than 2 hours. ...
Big crowd and lots of interesting conversations at the Fremont Golf Club as the Fremont Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet.
Here I am with faithful campaign volunteer and longtime GOP leader Marv Welstead, as well as Ron & Ann Tillery. Ron's the executive director of the Chamber.
Always a pleasure to be in Fremont!