Holiday Inn Express Scottsbluff - Gering
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Seth- NO DRIVING TODAY!!!!! Well... A little driving, but no new destination. We left today open to explore Scottsbluff. I'm a big history nerd, and Angela really wanted to go hiking on the trip, so Scottsbluff was a perfect stop for both of us. Scottsbluff is a stop along the Oregon Trail. I have always wanted to see/ walk on the old Oregon trail ever since my fourth ...
Seth- Because we stopped in Des Moines instead of Omaha, we had a lot of ground to cover in order to get to the campsite. Even though we only had to travel across one and a half states, the states get really...REALLY big out in the Midwest. And flat. And..... Farm-y. Not that there is anything wrong with that, it just makes for very long distances between rest stops. The bright side ...
Today we will follow the Oregon Trail for a little bit. From Lincoln we drive through the Nebraska countryside towards Fort Kearney. The landscape reminds Jeanny on Brandenburg: flat, green, lots of corn fields, a single tree every now and then. When we hit Interstate 80 at Fort Kearney we cross our ...
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 ...
... The North Platte River was critical to the pioneers as they went West. The Mormons traveled west on the north side of the river and wound up in Utah. Others traveled on the south side and wound up in California. There were many places we might have stopped but we chose the two rock formations that were landmarks for the Pioneers.