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... in Nebraska, and so is the cattle industry. And with the ranches come hay fields, some with full growth, some being cut and baled, and some harvested and waiting for another full growth to complete another cycle. Many fields contained large round bales drying in the sun and a few even had the rectangular bales, more easily maneuvered by hand.
Then we saw something we had not yet seen on this trip, something I was not expecting. We ...
... was neat because it was free and we could wander around at our own pace. The house was finished in 1905 and was lived in by future governors until 1976 including the first female governor in the US. It had been renovated to reflect different periods that it was occupied. Only a few original pieces are left but period correct items are there for the various periods and I especially liked the fallout shelter. The house never had a fence or ...
... Alaska several years
We woke to another beautiful day and went on a short walk
along the lakeshore. At this point, we
were birdwatching with binocs in hand.
Later in the morning we visited the Refuge Headquarters. Stewart knew a former Refuge Manager here who
died about 5 years ago(Ken Neithammer) and wanted to share the memory with the present manager. We met several staff and a hydrogeologist
from Brunswick ME ...
... with impossible views of mountains and valleys.
On to Dillon, Colorado near Breckenridge for the night. Best view ever from a motel room, plus another brew pub next door!
... Alex to my rendition of the 15 minute long version of bye bye miss American pie, we watched two movies (uh I didn't watch, again, that would be dangerous) and Alex morphed into some horrific part human part Tyrannosaur Rex with stubby arms, drooling and making terrifying guttural roaring noises, then passing out on the dash. Sound strange, you should have seen it in person. We ended up at a camp area in Cheyenne, Wy. Naturally, ...