Super 8 Motel Norfolk (Ne)
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... bit of havoc.
Parked up the road from Outflow boundary and got sandblasted.
Nick set up stream, streamed chase for a bit. Bit of DJing.
Had dinner in Grand Island, NE where a big MCS system came right overhead while we were eating. Love those systems. Lightning, wind and horizontal rain
Lightning show all the way through to Omaha where we stayed overnight.
... face. In the same town is the site of the first train robbery which occurred in I873 when Jesse James and his gang robbed the train in Adair. A train track, wheel and plaque marks the place.
The Sapp Brothers water tower in Omaha also brings a smile as a large coffee pot sits high in the air.
Who would think you would see a lighthouse in the middle of Nebraska, but ...
... stop signs; we went five streets without seeing one, not just the street we were driving but the side streets as well. Besides these oddities there lies another: Midwestern reserve. The people are as nice as can be, but typically have the sense of humor of about half a rock. It reminds me of reading about Nebraska's own, Henry Fonda (a personal favorite), and his offstage behavior. The majority of actors, directors and crew members said he was a decent man - a little hard - but ...
... the linear line of this spinning ball homo sapiens arrive, with thought and reason and an interest in the world's history. A pounding pulse is heard as humans begin to also think about what's beyond this earth; what watches them? Another beat and it's clear that this is not a body we walk on and belong to: It's one big soul.
Our adventure in paleontology was forty miles away on the straightest road I've ever driven. One total turn stood between ...
... the wheel, turn it the other way, don't hit the tree, don’t back into the lake, what the hell's going on back-in is torture. That's until a man two pads down came out of his RV to help. Byron had driven big rigs for 45 years and was spending some time down at Willow Creek when he headed out to see what we were trying to attempt. Patient as Job he was, with a crucifix dangling from his necklace and a smile on his face. I'd spot him around ...