Motel 6 Kearney
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... and had a rest. The next 300 and something miles I drove as Darren had a well-deserved nap – I guess I didn’t really know what to expect in Iowa but especially the second half was so beautiful with rolling hills, a crazy number of wind turbines and lots of green, lush grass. We also drove past 'the worlds largest truck stop' in Iowa!!
The sun set around 8pm so we stopped at a rest stop (we were in Nebraska now) to make our evening juice and see just how easy this ...
The lack of water is why Scott & I couldn't bear to live in Tucson. I smelled water as soon as I opened the door to my truck here, as sure as I could locate Lake Erie even when I couldn't see it as a toddler.
Nebraska is a veritable snooze of a state, but it has water, and I like it! ...
... bounding across the road...they were not afraid and stared at us as we took pictures of them. Next we saw what was possible a badger or wolverine...not sure, only saw it from behind. Next I cry out...moose!!! Jeff backs up and we see a mama and baby close to the roadside having some breakfast...so cute. Btw, that makes 5 moose sightings on this trip, they may be my spirit animal. No more sightings the rest of our journey but there are some incredible views. At the top of the ...
... everybody travels to Denver on Saturday. With accidents and construction, it took us almost 7 hours in what should have taken about 4 hours. We ended up in Kearney, Nebraska at about 10:00pm. There we spent the night boondocking at a rest area on I-80. Tomorrow, we will make better time.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... Nebraska on the Platte River. Unless you are a bird watcher you may not have heard of Kearney, but among birders Kearney is a prized destination. Every spring thousands and thousands of migrating sandhill cranes stop here on the Platte river to rest on the muddy sandbars of the river at night and feed in the stubble of the cornfields during the day. It is reportedly an amazing sight to see the sky filled with the giant birds rising into the sky in the early morning after ...