Economy Lodge and Suites
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... of July Celebrations. Luckily our cousin, Eileen who was on the end of the phone in a three way conversation spoke sense to the customer service representative and the unintended 300 mile error was averted. Luckily a direct Denver - Omaha flight became available ( to cut a much longer story short ) and did spend the afternoon crisscrossing the mid west in an aircraft. A ...
... Ag airplane that was hauling loads of fertilizer to spread on nearby fields. That is one cool turbine powered airplane.
So I ended up hiking into town (turned into an exhausting hike) to get some food and adult beverage. Couldn't find a decent place to stay, so hiked back to the airport and slept with the plane on the ramp!
The morning Wx radar showed a nasty looking system rolling at us from the direction I was headed. I fueled ...
... and Grandpa as we left. We headed back to the coach, hooked it up, and headed down the road.
Our first stop is Lincoln, NE for the night. We got to the campground just in the knick of time as there were a number of thunderstorms in the area. Sounds like there will be some heavy weather in the area during the night. It should be interesting.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... because John had an old Navy buddy who lives here. They were in "A" school together and haven’t seen each other since they were 19 years old. However, he was really happy to get the call from John and they talked like they just saw each other yesterday. We had an interesting visit at their place in Raymond, NE and then they took us out to dinner. He had pictures of himself and John in “A” school and they have ...
... eroded. Trees are disbursed here and there. While there are creeks and watering holes, it appears that the preferred method of extracting water is by the use of 10'-20' windmills, which pump ground water either into galvanized watering rings, 20' diameter, or in natural depressions.. The BNFN railroad runs parallel to NE. 2 and hauls coal from Gillet WY, or cattle east to Omaha. The trains are ...