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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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After last night we now remember how the weather can turn in the Midwest. As we camped just east of Lincoln, NE, we watched a huge line of thunderstorms pop up in the area. The weather service was firing off severe thunderstorm warnings and it looked like they were headed straight for us. We spent until midnight battening down the hatches and watching the storms. Fortunately, ...
... of donated license plates on the wall, and one of them was from Ohio – Lake County. While we were there, it started to SNOW! We were dismayed.
We got back on the road and headed east again. This time we drove Hwy 26, which follows the Oregon California trail. This is the trail that pioneers took to reach the west. It wasn’t hard to imagine wagon trains traveling over the terrain and ...
... There was nothing different to see along this road, but it was a nice ride through the farm land. At Gothenburg we exited the interstate to visit an original Pony Express building, it turned out to be only a small log cabin; we had expected a barn, corral and other buildings, so we did not linger. In the city of Kearney we stopped at “The Great Platte River Road ...
... a tremendous amount of historical memorabilia from the town, including pictures and local newspapers. Next we headed down the street to the “Fort Sedgwick Historical Society Museum”, that is housed in the old railroad station, here again there was a lot of history on the town and the county along with Indian artifacts and general items of ...
... to Omaha. So I decided to hit the Interstate. By mid-afternoon I decamped for Interstate 30 where I could zip along at 75 MPH aiming for Sidney Nebraska. I realised by late afternoon that I wasn't going to make Sydney so I slackened my pace and drove a portion of the Lincoln known as The Gothenburg Stairstep. This proved to be as irritating as it sounds. You drIve along a dead flat, straight road and what your think is straight on is actually dirt road; you have to slam on ...