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... Rio Grande River. The landing was a little rough but we didn't tip over so that was good. We has a mimosa toast in a park at the end. This afternoon we went to Petroglyph National Monument and did a little hiking. We went browsing in Old Town Albuquerque and went to happy hour at a nice restaurant. Tomorrow will be a long travel day through Texas. We hope to make it to Oklahoma. We're ready to head home! I think Brody is ...
... I have really enjoyed road tripping alone. At one point for about two hours my volume button got stuck at a really high volume while listening to "Cindy's Ski Mix 2", another classic CD my mom burned me (thanks mom!). I don't get bored of seeing corn and other various crops for miles on either side of the road. Since I have reached Missouri the exits are more plentiful (though still there aren't many). Its relaxing and eases my mind to know that ...
... horses. No napping allowed, not then or now! I shot my bike in front of it as a modern update! Sadly when you read the inscription on the rock you find that it was moved from its original site and restored there which kinda makes it a rip-off in my books. Still I was there so I shot some video for your enjoyment:
There was a frustrating amount of farm traffic (I understand, a nation's gotta eat!) on ...
We stayed at a motel in sterling and then in the morning started our drive back to ames. On the way for a surprise we saw an ad for a punjabi dhabha and we decided to go there for lunch as we had not had indian food for a while.
the food at the dhabha was good. We had ...
... doing grassroots tasks that mean so much to our campaign's chances for victory.
It was nice to have visitors of all ages and walks of life, an interview with Brent Martin of Nebraska Radio Network, and the confirmation that running for the U.S. Senate with a goal of making positive change for Nebraska and our country is a challenging but very worthy endeavor!