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We left Park City around 7:45a.m. CMT. We were going to stop in Omaha for the night, but I wanted a shorter drive on Saturday. As a result, we arrived at Fairfield Inn and Suites in the Des Moines area at 12:30a.m. I used 10,000 points for the room. ...
... Platte River. Miles and miles, fueled by nothing but podcasts and corn nuts. We stopped at Gothenburg where we went to see an old Pony Express Station which was still in one piece. While it was not in its original location, it was close enough and was the original building. The old wooden structure housed a friendly interpreter and the most amazing artifact: a Pony Express saddle. The system lasted only a little over a year. Wiry men rode hard for miles ...
The next day Corey took the kids to the amusement park and they were so excited that a trolley came around the campground to pick them up. They had a blast at the park. There were tons of little kid rides perfect for Iris' age. Dean was a real trooper patiently riding all of them with Iris until him and Dad could go back later for the big boy rides. In the evening Heidi came by to hang out at ...
... kicking up further reduced my ability to see anything. I want to pull off the road but I could not see where the pavement ended, I might be driving into a ditch full of water. A few miles before we reached I-80 the rain ended. I estimated that I had driven about 35 miles inside a thunder storm. I took advantage of the dry weather to stop for gas before heading west on I-80. I had driven a little over a ...
No wonder dad sent me down the lonely roads of America....highway 80 is
REALLY BORING!!!!! Nothing but cornfields, beef that goes to McDonald's, wide
truck loads, pro-life signs and some country music to keep me entertained and
giggling across the heartland to my next ...