Holiday Inn Express Scottsbluff - Gering
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... a mile to Gebo, WY that featured a small Conoco station and little else. Took a little drive around and shot some footage of the main street, now deserted except for one brave little bar. I can imagine the rent must be pretty cheap!
Turned east on WY20 and headed towards Casper, WY. (I will leave the friendly ghost references to you!) Was a great run with speeds of 160+ kph at times on a mostly ...
... And, just to clarify, very few people actually ride in the wagons...they really were just for all the gear. Most of the people walked along side. We learned that it generally took 6-8 weeks to make it this far (leaving from Independence or St. Joseph, MO). And that was just the first 1/3 of their journey! Really makes us appreciate the transportation we have now! So, tonight will be our last night in Nebraska. Tomorrow we will drive ...
... which we will visit tomorrow. Chimney Rock is one of those unique "rock" formations (it's actually sand) that looks like a chimney. Apparently over the years folks have compared it's shape to several other things, including buildings (Washington Monument, for instance); the most comical comparison though, is an elk penis! Our stop at Chimney Rock was pretty quick. It officially is a National Historical Site, but it is run by ...
... setting. Almost like the original settlers thought the same thing, especially looking west at the salt flats. But in a short time the terrain became mountainous and temps dropped considerably. The area east of Salt Lake City is very beautiful.
I spent the night at a state park east of Salt Lake City. Slept right below a large earthen dam. The next morning, Sunday, I was hoping to make Scottsbluff which ...
elevation pioneers faced on their journey west. It’s possible to drive to the
top of the bluff where there are short hiking trails and great views of the flatness
of the plains in all directions as well as Scottsbluff and Gering below, the
feedlot and grain elevator hub of intensively agricultural western Nebraska. I’m
not entirely clear on the difference between a bluff and a butte and a mesa,
but this ...