Days Inn Paxton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After last night we now remember how the weather can turn in the Midwest. As we camped just east of Lincoln, NE, we watched a huge line of thunderstorms pop up in the area. The weather service was firing off severe thunderstorm warnings and it looked like they were headed straight for us. We spent until midnight battening down the hatches and watching the storms. Fortunately, ...
... of donated license plates on the wall, and one of them was from Ohio – Lake County. While we were there, it started to SNOW! We were dismayed.
We got back on the road and headed east again. This time we drove Hwy 26, which follows the Oregon California trail. This is the trail that pioneers took to reach the west. It wasn’t hard to imagine wagon trains traveling over the terrain and ...
... 35 on the interstate, and we actually pulled off in a rest area for a few minutes until the rain and wind let up. There were some nasty clouds too....we were looking for a funnel cloud but never saw one.
The rest of the drive was great....a little gusty but very flat. And, we are now in the mountain time zone.
Off to Wyoming ...
Today I was hoping to ride to Big Springs Nebraska. When the ride started out I was feeling like maybe this wouldn't be possible. I had a wind in my face for most of the day but when I got to Julesburg the wind started to go to my back and I ended up riding to Ogallala. The day was fairly uneventful but I finally got into Nebraska. Tomorrow my goal is to ride to Gothenburg which is about 90 miles from Ogallala. Today I rode 88 ...
... 45mph for long stretches. We were 15 minutes too late in Cheyenne to be able to go into the Capitol and then it started raining. It rained all through Nebraska. And we worried about camping.
Between us and our planned campspot in North Platte or even possibly Kearney, were the wagon ruts over Sand Hill. So since I was ...