TownHouse Extended Stay
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Today was a travelling day to meet Rhona's first cousin Eileen in Lincoln Nebraska with whom we are sharing a North American all stops tour for twelve days. We eventually arrived in Lincoln after an eventful day travelling; 18 hours door to door, as we missed our connection in Denver after being delayed out of San Francisco. So, 6 hour stop over in Denver Airport and a diversion ...
Finally! - got enough of a break in the Wx to get out of Versailles, MO. It was so frustrating sitting there watching the weather radar that showed clear conditions 15 miles west of me. I thought about trying to taxi the airplane down the road toward the good Wx, because there was no way to fly with the low ceilings and rain ;-)
I took off around 14:40 and couldn't get above 900 ft for the first 10 miles. The cloud deck gradually elevated ...
... 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 ...
... us to get our own drinks from the barman(unheard of in America). To cap it all, the loos were flooded at the end of the evening and we had to hold on until we got to the hotel. By great good fortune a temporary respite was awarded and we were able to walk back to the car when it wasn't ...
... there’s any rationale anymore for state legislatures with two houses since the Supreme Court ruled that at the state level legislative districts must all have similar populations to comply with the notion of one person one vote. Prior to that ruling many states’ constitutions called for districts of equal population in the lower house but for county-based districts with unequal populations in the upper house, similar to the two senators per state in the ...