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Well we left Fort Dodge around 8:15 in the morning. It was cold but sunny, around 45 degrees. US-20 is beautiful and the scenery is just terrific. I just never knew how much corn was grown in Nebraska. We rode for about an hour and stopped to warm up. The sun was at our backs, but it was surely getting warmer. The farther we went, the more clothing we ...
... wind break, the wind hits suddenly...We are headed due west and the wind is coming from the north...so it pushes us towards the oncoming traffic....(I was once told that, if all the cows are lying down, it means bad weather...they are all lying down...so they don't blow away!) We stopped in a Subway in Ainsworth, Nebraska to grab lunch and to send off yesterday's blog. It's turned cold since the storm. It's 15c!!!! In the Subway we saw this work crew from Wahoo, Nebraska...had to get ...
... no to the woman selling earrings. As we were leaving, people said good bye...A middle-aged woman asked where we were headed to...I said, Hot Springs. "Oh, can you take me to the casino?" Truthfully, I had to tell her we couldn't because we had a full car.
After our breakfast we headed a short distance to the Red Cloud Indian School to view the art show that is held there every summer. (Check it out: ...
... by the opulence of this place.
Even the stables are built of red brick in a size and style more
reminiscent of Europe than The Old West. Duty here as an officer or
an official, with the horse breading or agriculture concerns, were
living well at the turn of the century. Today the whole place is run
with and to support the hotel and the outfitters who work here.
Coupling the wildlife and scenic drive with it's location at ...
... there. We will be turning north when we reach the Rockies. For now we
have enough to plan for! It looks like I won't make it to Wounded
Knee this trip either, but I am awful close.
I enjoy hearing from those of you who
continue to encourage my foolishness and will keep on trying to amuse
you as well as myself as we go along. If you haven't written in a
while, set down and do it. I need the encouragement!
Until later, be kind,