Travel Blogs from Omaha
Most advice when traveling across the great plains of the top of the USA is "keep driving" and that was pretty much what we did. It was so straight and boring that even Hilary got behind the wheel for a few hundred miles. It was good to finally take on the drive that had hung over us and we were keen to get it over with. Unfortunately the kids wouldn't sleep during the drives as they had done on previous legs and we ended up with some pretty ratty attitudes by ...
... station for the B-52 for the electronic warfare officer (EWO) that was like the one Dan trained on when he was in Sacremento.
On the way back to Omaha, we stopped and split a runza. A runza is a regional "sandwich," kind of like a meat pasty - baked bread dough with a ground beef, cabbage and onion filling. Ours had swiss cheese and mushrooms in it as well. It was good, but I ...
"... and you will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but the end is not yet." Matt 24:6
Today we left the St. Louis area and drove to Kansas City. We wanted to have a good Kansas City strip for lunch, but we didn't know where to try, and we really wanted one near the museum we were seeing there. So we tried something new. I called the museum while we were still 90 minutes away ...
... freezing. I pulled on a second sweater and my arms inside. I sat in the way back and FELL ASLEEP! Nick said he fell asleep before the plane even took off.
Dallas. It's a big but nicely laid out airport. It has a train! It was freezing in the airport. So we got starbucks and rode the train for a while because it was actually warm.
Flight: 1.5 hours
Lay: 2.5 hours
Flight: 1.5 hours
Lay: 2 hours
Flight: 3 ...
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