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... they must have endured. There were several historical spots that we could have stopped at, but who wants to stop at lookouts when it is raining and snowing and only 38 degrees?
It was a miserable day, but we got a very nice campsite for the night right off of I80. They are issuing freeze warnings tonight, so we will definitely have the heat on again tonight. This is somewhat of a shock to ...
... is a history museum that is a memorial to all of the pioneers that crossed the country to settle the west. The building is in the shape of a large arch that spans the interstate highway, giving it a distinctive shape. We are spending the night at the “Kearney RV Park & Campground”. Nebraska is primarily a farming state, so the drive has been somewhat uninteresting.
Sunday August 3, 2014
After lunch today we went back over to Betty & Albert’s home to continue our visit with them.
To familiarize us with their town of Julesburg they took us for a quick driving tour and then a stop at the “Old Ford Garage” a museum containing antique ...
... cousin Betty and her husband Albert, their son Brian and granddaughterKasie. We had a wonderful visit with them catching up on our lives over the past 40 years. After dinner we headed to the county fairgrounds and the Junior Rodeo, where high school and younger kids competed
in rodeo events that focus on ranch life. We all had a great evening.
... and make a sharp 90 degree turn and its like driving stairs. In the middle is Fort McPherson National Military Cemetery, which in late afternoon was both interesting and moving. America does military cemeteries very tastefully, showing a simplicity and restraint which is not always reflected in life in general here. Late afternoon offers the best quality of light for a photographer, and I tried to capture the isolation and dignity of this cemetery where I came upon graves from ...