Red Roof Inn & Suites Lincoln
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
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First floor ice machine didn't work.
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... of July Celebrations. Luckily our cousin, Eileen who was on the end of the phone in a three way conversation spoke sense to the customer service representative and the unintended 300 mile error was averted. Luckily a direct Denver - Omaha flight became available ( to cut a much longer story short ) and did spend the afternoon crisscrossing the mid west in an aircraft. A ...
... and promptly taxied to an empty hangar to let the storm go by.
Right now, the aftermath of this storm looks like low clouds and showers for 100 miles to the NW! I may be here a while.
The blog entries are getting a little confusing with two different airplanes traveling two different routes. So just ignore the auto generated route line on the map. CarolAnn and I should be meeting up in Belle Fourche, SD early next week.
... and Grandpa as we left. We headed back to the coach, hooked it up, and headed down the road.
Our first stop is Lincoln, NE for the night. We got to the campground just in the knick of time as there were a number of thunderstorms in the area. Sounds like there will be some heavy weather in the area during the night. It should be interesting.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... behind. There is a pointy thing on the top that from a distance looks like a sculpture of some kind but closer up you realize it is, in fact, just a pointy thing.
Trying to abide by my own rules eschewing Interstates I took Hwy 30 that parallels I80 from Ogallala to Gothenburg where I stopped to look at an original Pony Express shack. It is a way station where riders would stop for a snack, a pee ...
Under the Homestead Act of 1862, 270 million acres of land, or 10% of the nation, was given away. The cry was "Free Land". The Homestead Act declared that any citizen or intended citizen could claim 160 acres – one quarter square mile – of surveyed government land. Claimants had to improve the ...