Days Inn - Lincoln
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After meeting a couple people unenthusiastically from Nebraska and being told the same story again and again........... we still went through Nebraska. Because I just wanted a shot glass that said we were in Nebraska. After a million stops we finally found a store that sold one or two. We went into Kody park in Keith County and found some cowboys and covered wagons. And that was ...
When arriving at Lincoln, we had spent a total of $106.43 in gas at a Shell and Chevron. When we ran out of food in our ice chest, we ate at Deny's Diner for some good old American breakfast for $12.27. Buddy saw a flyer in the restaurant inviting people to visit the Nebraska State Capital. It was cool to see the amazing architecture in which the building was built. Inside there were historical dates carved into the limestone walls.
... lot of history buried there. It is the final resting place for cowboys, drifters and settlers who helped settle Ogallala. The bodies were placed in canvas sacks and were lowered into shallow graves. The graves were marked with a wooden headboard. We found out that there are many Boot Hill Cemeteries in the west.
Ogallala was a booming cattle town on the Texas Trail. The Union Pacific Railroad company constructed loading pens ...
The state capital is Lincoln
Two important cities are Lincoln and Grand Island
Year of statehood is 1867
Motto is "Equality Before Law"
State flower is Golden Rod
State bird is the Western Meadowlark
State tree is ...
... drove through Omaha to Council Bluffs, Iowa, where we visited the Union Pacific Railroad Museum. This is a fine museum that shows many aspects of railroading, from the exploration and construction in the 1800s to the operation of railroads now as modern marvels for efficiently moving goods and people.
We are heading west now as we enter the final stretch before getting home next week.