Holiday Inn Express Scottsbluff - Gering
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Due to no service last night I couldn't post. Yesterday morning we woke up after a pleasant, full nights sleep (with no rain- finally!) and headed towards Kaycee, WY. We got there around 10 and went to the Hoofprints of the Past Museum. It had all these old scales, clothing, and guns that had been donated by locals. In the back with old farm equipment there was ...
... and maybe most surprising, the gorgeous sandhills of Nebraska. Some other highlights include 300+ turkey sightings, peanut brittle we bought somewhere along the I-80, and finally, a real funny episode of Prairie Home Companion. Unfortunately, all this awesomeness was interrupted by Klaas vomiting lake water on the back seat of the truck. Tomorrow we're headed for Wyoming and the ...
... stopped due to a dead battery. I don't like it in YOUR world, too noisy with all the wind, loud pipes and other cars. I like it much more in Lou's World, inside my helmet with active cancellation, much more serene! I shall ensure my battery is charged daily!
Turning onto hwy 26 I stopped for a quick nap about 100 km short of my stopping point. I realize I was very close but we have to remember we are on vacation here ...
... the debate the following evening.
The Martinsons are a prime example of the hospitality and community spirit that prevail all across Nebraska. Loyal supporters like them deepen my resolve to win this race so that I can have the privilege of representing Nebraskans in the U.S. Senate!
Our trip to South Dakota started with dropping Myra’s
youngest son, Jaz (I call him Spaz for his constant motion) at a sheepherding
friend of hers. Myra brought her other two children, Zion and Prince, along for
the ride. The drive through the plains passed through the Pawnee Grassland in northeastern
Colorado and then several pine covered ridges in westernmost Nebraska. This was
once familiar country to me when I ...