Oak Tree Inn - Fremont
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So we cycled to Omaha from Brayton, IA, which was about 115km (70 miles). We stayed at Ali's place that she shares with her roommates. Her boyfriend Scott showed us around town and had a great time!
We then made our way North towards the badlands. We went all ...
... During the World Wars, it served as perhaps the world's most important arsenal, manufacturing ordnance and tanks to win the war, all on 952 acres smack in the middle of the Mississippi.
We crossed the river and exited back onto US 6, heading into the Amana Colonies. The colonies were established in the 1850s by a German community of free-thinking religious folks who were escaping persecution in what would become Germany. They established one ...
... the Missouri, but it was raining so hard and so foggy we could not see the river.
From there we drove north to Missouri Valley where we went to the Desoto Wildlife Refuge. We had heard about this site at the earlier prairie refuge we had visited. Besides the refuge they had a river steamer, the Bertram, that had sunk in 1865 on her maiden voyage. Two entrepreneurs had found its remains in a former river channel in 1968 buried under 28 feet of mud. They ...
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!
It was great to be back in Papillion. It was our home for many years.
We were hosted for a campaign event by David and Susan McCalman for a Friday evening gathering.
The group was united in the belief that we need to rein in Washington, D.C., and stop the multi-faceted overreach of the federal bureaucracy in everything from small business to health care to education.
Besides that, we had a lot of fun!