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... in a galldern hurryBut many cons;
- You get where you are going in a galldern hurry
- You have to focus so ******* the road there is no sight seeing
- They are typically boringly straight
- Competition is fierce
- You gotta keep the hammer down all the time
- Nebraska Interstates are pre cast concrete so there is an expansion bump every 30' or so, gets tiring in a hurry
... with no slides and hit the road. We got as far as Epsom, NH.
We wintered in the Circle 9 Campground in Epsom, with our two Pomeranians, Hansel and Gretel, and waited for Mike's contract to end in May. That was a very long wait, but we survived the small space, the antics of our two fur balls, the cold winter and each other!p
We headed out in June, 2001. Again, not to bore you and to make a long ...
... see. We saw a few wind farms, but nothing like we have seen in California and states further west. But, our view was only from Interstate 80. Many complain about these wind turbines, saying that their presence mars the countryside, but I find them pleasing to watch, as they perform their graceful dance when encouraged by the wind.
In early afternoon, we landed in Omaha, Nebraska after crossing the Missouri River. And we turned the car towards Boys Town. ...
The camp did not go as planned last night so we turn around and stayed in Hickman. Got up at 4:00 for our Journey to Jersey Adventure to begin. The buses left about 30 minutes late and we are in route to Ohio. Since we left late we'll probably get there after 9 tonight. We are doing a personality quiz ...
... at the state Thespian Convention. Now, we are in Lincoln to do it all one last time for the International Convention. We unloaded set on Friday afternoon and assembled the set on stage Saturday afternoon. Then the kids had 2 performances back-to-back Saturday night. We then dis-assembled the set and reloaded it back onto the trailer. We didn't get back to the dorms until almost 2am, so ...