Motel 6 Big Springs
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We left this morning at 8 am. It was only 48 degrees, cloudy and raining. They are forecasting snow for Estes Park tonight. There are thick clouds over the Rockies, so we didn't get to see them as we left the area.
On our way out of Estes Park, we drove along the Little Thompson River Canyon. This is where the road was washed out during the flooding last year. We could still see a lot of the ...
... 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.
... 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 ...
... cousin Betty and her husband Albert, their son Brian and granddaughterKasie. We had a wonderful visit with them catching up on our lives over the past 40 years. After dinner we headed to the county fairgrounds and the Junior Rodeo, where high school and younger kids competed
in rodeo events that focus on ranch life. We all had a great evening.
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 ...