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... br> We decided to go off the interstate to see Carhenge. It is a replica of Stonehenge made out of old cars. This was done by a group of friends to honor their friend who passed away. They positioned the cars exactly like Stonehenge. It took us about 3 hours to get there and it really wasn’t worth it. John thought he was going to see Cadillac Ranch, which we found out is in Amarillo, TX. They had ...
... is a history museum that is a memorial to all of the pioneers that crossed the country to settle the west. The building is in the shape of a large arch that spans the interstate highway, giving it a distinctive shape. We are spending the night at the “Kearney RV Park & Campground”. Nebraska is primarily a farming state, so the drive has been somewhat uninteresting.
... We had a great time at both museums. After a
delicious dinner that was prepared by Betty we headed to the county fairground for a demolition derby, where 10 cars competed in 2 heats to see who would survive. This was a lot of fun and we all had a great time. We had a wonderful visit with Betty and Albert and hope to return for another visit in 2 years.
Saturday August 2, 2014
This morning we headed east from Loveland on US Rt. 34 and east on I-76 to the town of Julesburg CO, and the Pony Express RV Park. This is a small RV park, but they do have full hookups, so we will be fine here. The reason we are stopping here in Julesburg is to visit with ...
Alright, alright, alright.....we made it to Lake McConaughy in Nebraska. It is a beautiful 30,000 acre lake surrounded by sand beaches and campgrounds.
But, it was not without some effort to get here. We drove through a torrential downpour in the middle of the plains of Nebraska, with some insane wind, and a little bit of hail. Everyone was ...