Rodeway Inn Norfolk
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... our impression of the smaller towns becoming dilapidated and deserted by the younger generations.
Pressing on, we soon came to the small town of Stuart. Though big enough to justify a water tower with its name on, it was still small - a sign said: "Home of 1700 good eggs and a few stinkers."
Route 6 merged into Interstate 80, and the miles passed quickly below our wheels. Undulating countryside of mixed farming use passed by, to ...
... was on cruise control most of the day as the road was so good. we have been aiming for North Platte, NE for a fuel stop and Flying J, our favorite fuel stop. We love those RV lanes.
We stop for lunch at a rest stop and then head on to Grand Island, NE for our one night stay at the local KOA. As we look West we see the setting sun in the West. Always a great thing to see.
Who would have thought that a volcano in Idaho would have thrown so much ash into the air that several feet of it landed all the way into eastern Nebraska? That's what happened millions of years ago and the skeletons of the animals it killed weren't discovered until the early 1970's. Here are amazing pix of these real fossils that we were able to get up close to. Read all about this site at: ...
... irrigation pivot. Free bike wash!
We finally found the byway, which was an extremely desolate stretch of road. We drove through miles of gently sloping hills. The road stretched on and on, and our gas levels became lower and lower, with no gas stations in sight (or any signs of life, for that matter).
We pressed on, and with bikes still wet and low on gas, we rolled in to Pierre, South Dakota about 6:30 pm.
It was a pleasure to be in Hoskins, near Wayne, for the Wayne County Republican Party's Lincoln-Reagan Forum.
They had the Hoskins Community Center all decorated up, and it looked great. The dinner was good, too!
They had a good set-up for the candidates to stand a few steps above the floor with a podium that made it easy for everyone to see. I felt just a little bit like ...