Oak Tree Inn Missouri Valley
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... 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.
... we will then transfer from there to Rome. I've met some pretty great girls on this trip and its looking like we are going to have a blast. Sleeping on this flight is harder than I thought it'd be with all the people moving around but I managed to sleep for about two hours. Dinner was served followed by coffee, tea, or alcohol. (I'm still not used to them offering that yet). Only a few more hours and we will be in ...
... would get on a 16 hour flight to Sydney, Australia. Once we were in Sydney we would take another 3 hour flight to go backwards since we flew over New Zealand. Now since our flights have all been cancelled, we will take a different and more convenient route today on the 26th of May. Today we will fly over to Phoenix, up to L. A., and then a straight shot to New Zealand. If everything goes as planned, then we should arrive by 6am Thursday the 28th of ...
... Rath Inn. SO, what did I do, I pulled into the Rath Inn and after I had checked in Chris asked "Why?" Old age I guess.
Our room is above the front desk. As you walk up this dimly lite stair case you see this creepy chair and plant in the corner. It just seem bizarre and made the place seem like it was right out of a horror movie. ...
... do in this situation out in the middle of nowhere? One goes to Super Walmart, of course! And that is exactly what we did. Now it is his bum that hurts, but shaving that will not help matters.
One of the really great things about traveling by motorcycle is all the people that we meet. Many of the locals will approach us to say hello or offer weather updates. The nicest elderly gent wearing a veteran's hat warned us about approaching storms from the ...