Gable View Inn

Address: 2701 Plum Creek Pkwy, Lexington, Nebraska, 68850, United States | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on 2701 Plum Creek Pkwy, Lexington, is near Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles.
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Travel Blogs from Lexington

Breakfast like a king....

A travel blog entry by dc2sanfran2014 on Sep 12, 2014

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... because the weather radar indicated that the latest rain storm was rapidly clearing eastwards. By 10:30 we were in the clear, able to dry off the bikes and sadly bid farewell to some more new friends. Daughter Mary-Ann has commented that Stuart and I have spent rather a lot of time discussing weather during this trip so I will say no more – other than to mention that packing the bikes was easier than usual this morning due to the fact that we were ...

Hometown Arrival

A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jun 26, 2014

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We made it to Maggie's hometown of Ainsworth around 5pm, and were welcomed by her brother Larry, sister-in-law Judy, and nephew Dave (affectionately known around town as Simp or Screech). Also, we were fortunate that the prevailing winds were from the south, so no nasty smells from the cattle feedlots north of town. We can only hope it stays that way. Maggie's 40th high school reunion activities start ...

Ridin the hills of Smithfield

A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jun 26, 2014

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Before we left brother Rick's house, Mike decided to try a 15-mile bike ride up and down the gravel roads in the area. It was a great tune-up for his upcoming charity ride in the hills of NC in mid-July. These 15 miles were much tougher than the 23 around the ...

Back to The Little House on the Prairie

A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jun 25, 2014

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Early this morning we (yes, Maggie, too) biked 11 miles around Johnson Lake, and this time with a tour guide. One of the locals rode with us through the fog to show us new parts of the trail. The fog was so thick, we had to keep stopping to wipe off our glasses. And our arms and legs were covered with beads of water. Lunch was at a local bait and tackle/cafe and bar, which, by the ...

Camping at Johnson Lake

A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jun 24, 2014

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Johnson Lake is a nice Nebraska State Park where we spent Monday and Tuesday night with Rick and Dee. Monday night and part of Tuesday, Stacie and Ashton also hung out with us. Last night we grilled burgers, brats, and smores. And once again, we had thunder and lightning overnight, but this time no rain. After breakfast this morning, Mike hopped on his bike again and ride around the ...