Travel Blogs from Thedford
Alright, alright, alright.....we made it to Lake McConaughy in Nebraska. It is a beautiful 30,000 acre lake surrounded by sand beaches and campgrounds.
But, it was not without some effort to get here. We drove through a torrential downpour in the middle of the plains of Nebraska, with some insane wind, and a little bit of hail. Everyone was ...
... Bill was ahead of his time, he actually planned for his retirement. Bill purchased this ranch and had a house, barns, and several out buildings built. The whole thing is now a state park and houses many artifacts of the early days in Nebraska. We came back into town and found a motel for the night and then I went back out to the tower for another look. Karen is so understanding. Tomorrow we head for Lincoln and a 10 kilometer walk around the capitol. ...
... adventure. We were up at 4.30am, to be at the blind by 5.30am (first light). We sat quietly and patiently at the blind but it wasn't long before we heard the rustling of feathers, poor Laurie could hear and see the birds but it would be another hour before he could get a photo. This was a magical experience, they danced and boomed for hours and Laurie got great photos and ...
... Western Trip. It was a good travel day and the kids did a well for their first day on the road. I am especially liking the 75 MPH Speed limit in Nebraska to help the miles go be quickly. We used Priceline, Travelocity, and Orbitz to fine hotel availability and locations that were open to us. Around ...
... Dairy Qeen and ate lunch. Then I was off to Gothenburg. It was a nice flat ride and I had the company of train going by every 30 minutes. When I rode into Gothenburg I was ready to call it a day. Today I rode 87 miles. Tomorrow I plan to ride to Grand ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking