Oak Tree Inn - Fremont
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This was just a 2 night stopover in Omaha. We spent the day buying Christmas presents for Julie, her family, and her extended family who we would be spending our first White Christmas with. After travelling for 6 months without being able to but anything a little retail therapy was quite fun. Hours were spent finding just the right gifts for each person. Our friend of 25 years (Julie) picked us up and then in was a 3 hour drive to Loup City, ...
We enjoyed our stay in Omaha. Lovely city - 410,000 population, on the Missouri River. Big enough to have everything, but small enough to have a country town feel. Enjoyed our time here. Lots of beautiful trees and of course with it being "fall" lots of lovely colours. Warren Buffett (the billionnaire) lives here - and the locals tell us he is a regular kind of guy, lives in a ...
... sensitive disposition, please let me conclude:
The Aborigine got up, and approached the microphone.
"Me an' Tim a walking went,
met three *****s in a pop-up tent,
they was three, and we was two,
so I bucked one and Timbukto."
The audience erupted in applause, and the Aborigine won.
Well, after 274 miles today, and a bit of a yarn, it's good night from me, and it's goodnight from him, her and her, goodnight.
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!
... sized city (certainly by UK standards) with a population of around 500k, well spread out and lots of good bars and restaurants. The Old Town area is well worth a visit, where lots of old mercantile buildings have been converted into quaint bars, restaurants, shops and galleries - the cobbled streets give the area a Bohemian feel and the place really comes alive at night. Good part of the city! Although Craig ...