Residence Inn Lincoln South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... You can imagine our concern when the customer service officer said, well the earliest we can get you into Lincoln is 8:30 PM tomorrow night. So discussions ensued about other options, which included flying on to Chicago and then back to Omaha arriving at midnight. I almost had us going to Miner North Dakota, instead of the intended Mina South Dakota, where we are to stay ...
... 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 ...
... daughter Alison and her husband JR accompanied me to a benefit dinner for the Lied Center at that jewel of Nebraska culture in downtown Lincoln. Dawn wasn't able to attend, but Alison and JR are great campaigners and we all enjoyed ourselves.
Here we are with Lincolnite Curt Denker. Doesn't Alison look beautiful? She's a radiant young mother. We couldn't be prouder of her and her siblings, and of their wonderful spouses as well.
... with the only unicameral state legislature in the country and a radically different architectural style than most of the others, this all might suggest Nebraska is a rather forward looking place unbound by the shackles of tradition. Maybe that once was the case when most Nebraskans were farmers and most farmers were poor up through the Great Depression era. Nowadays, though, that couldn’t be farther from the situation; Nebraska is one of the most conservative ...