Red Roof Inn Holton
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... 66 Museum is located and took a couple of shots of the museum, but did not take the time to go through the museum.
We also quickly ran into Oklahoma City for Fred to grab a geocache and then it was on to Kansas.
After setting up in the campground, I stepped outside and saw the pink sky from the sunset and snapped at picture.
Tomorrow we continue our march toward home.
... to tell where they were because of the location of the many grain elevators and banks of cement containers with the often familiar peeling yellow paint. Each site probably had two dozen of these tall round cylinder-shaped silos, all connected together in two long rows of a dozen each.
Oh, and did I mention the wind farms. We saw several of those, with hundreds of wind turbines, most of which were gently turning with the breeze in their ...
Tuesday August 5, 2014
We continued our trip east on I-80 passing farm fields of corn, soy beans and plants we could not identify, it got a little monotonous. At exit 379 we headed south NE 15, then east on NE 33, south on NE 103 and finally NE 4 to the “Homestead National Monument of America” just west of the town of Beatrice. The monument is a tribute to the pioneers that settled ...
... Park, which he called "city lake". He was super awesome, and I'm glad I got to meet him. I set up camp on the grass and felt the eyes of a family watching my every move. They were fishing far away enough for it not to be awkward, but close enough to hear their loud redneck gabbing. They stayed till dust and when they left it was quite a peaceful lake. Here's to hoping for a more accommodating road tomorrow as I make my way into a large ...
... it to be so heavy. He could take me all the way east of next town where the shoulder widened. As we drove, I asked him details about farming and the town. He's from Seattle but moved out here to get away from people. He works on hundreds of acres of corn and soy that his family owns. We were driving past all of his crops as he was telling me about it. They looked healthy and thriving to me, but he told me everything was ...