Oak Tree Inn North Platte
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... shows impressive from the thunderstorms out here. They're nothing like you get at home.
A very long travelling day which ended with a very late dinner in Applebees. As it was probably my last night with the group I stayed up a bit longer and had a few drinks. I've chased with an amazing crew this past week and a half and had a lot of fun, even though the storms still haven't produced what I want to see.
Love and Lightning,
... could really put a dampener on things. Probably snored.
Stayed in North Platte and went to Whiskey Creek for Dinner. Steak and plain salad the order of the day. I wasn't going to drink, but the mini sherbert Margaritas were calling to me (as they do) so I chased them with a long iced tea (not a Long island...).
Quiet room, Lovely big bed, 5 pillows (contemplated building a pillow fort to entertain myself) and a massive 7 hours sleep! Only woke up once to put the ...
... gardens and spend the night. When I got there, there was a severe storm warning with heavy rain, 60 mph winds, 1 - 2 inch hail and possible tornadoes. I decided to head east instead. I stopped for buffalo sirloin steaks for lunch. I saved half for dinner and it was very good. I am headed toward Indiana ...
Woke up this morning to a stunning vista of Wyoming mountains. Felt like I was living in some Western movie location! Interesting drive through incredibly windy country. (Apparently the wind is a "friend", according to Wyoming's wildlife management, as it blows the snow off the vegetation in places and piles it up in ...
... of empty coal trains bypass the yard on the north side and a merchandise train leave the yard all heading west. Later we saw a merchandise train and a coal train take the south bypass track east. We then went up to the 8th level (enclosed) and I talked to a retired UP engineer for something like half and hour. He explained what we were watching and pointed out the east and west humps in operation. He also pointed out a number of dead locomotive waiting ...