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... they must have endured. There were several historical spots that we could have stopped at, but who wants to stop at lookouts when it is raining and snowing and only 38 degrees?
It was a miserable day, but we got a very nice campsite for the night right off of I80. They are issuing freeze warnings tonight, so we will definitely have the heat on again tonight. This is somewhat of a shock to ...
... by President Eisenhower. The interstate highway paralleled and in some areas replaced US Highway 30, the Lincoln Highway, which was the first paved
transcontinental highway, and through Nebraska it followed the historic pioneer trails. At exit 164 on I-80 we left the interstate and traveled east along the Lincoln Highway through the city of North Platte before returning to ...
... We had a great time at both museums. After a
delicious dinner that was prepared by Betty we headed to the county fairground for a demolition derby, where 10 cars competed in 2 heats to see who would survive. This was a lot of fun and we all had a great time. We had a wonderful visit with Betty and Albert and hope to return for another visit in 2 years.
... cousin Betty and her husband Albert, their son Brian and granddaughterKasie. We had a wonderful visit with them catching up on our lives over the past 40 years. After dinner we headed to the county fairgrounds and the Junior Rodeo, where high school and younger kids competed
in rodeo events that focus on ranch life. We all had a great evening.
Couldn't resist this pun: we were in Ogallala and thought of Boot Hill. That's probably the most famous cemetery in Nebraska, where the cowboys were buried with their boots on, back in the day.
Eureka! It struck me:
A cemetery! That's the perfect place for Obamacare!