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I should mention: over the weekend I decided it's time for me to take a break from the travels.
After 120 days on the road, consecutive nights of hotel or campground, I would favor familiar surroundings to recharge and plan for the change in seasons. Fortunately, I know this woman who birthed me - she's willing to put me up for a while.
Once it became clear in my mind, I was ready to get ...
... sunshine. The road heads directly into the sun and it is brutal to see anything. Not far down the road we cross into Nebraska and find the "Mother load" of RV Parks. Sidney, NE is the World Headquarter of Cabela's and they have an RV Park right behind the office complex. This will be a must stop for anyone heading West on I-80.
The road now is flat and straight out in front of ...
Nancy here, my first blog entry.
Well, we started out in the Land of the Concrete and wound up Children of the Corn. Wow, corn everywhere, as far as you can see! They don't call Nebraska folks the Cornhuskers for nothing!!
It was actually very pretty and green as we rolled north directly across Kansas to Nebraska--lots of rain up here this year, I think. The land was gently rolling and highly cultivated with...corn. ...
- Took 3 and a half hours to get here.
- Parked and took a nice walk around part of the lake.
- Ate some beef jerky
- Watched the cranes hunt
- Saw them get fish and swallow them whole.
- after an hour we had had enough and decided to get back on the road.
... along the interstate and we thought they were mining for something and the lakes were the result. After searching the web I found that they are known as the I-80 Lakes and they started making them when they were building I-80. Since the land was flat, when they needed fill they just took it from the land around them and the groundwater levels were high so the pits were filling with water. The engineers and ...