Days Inn North Platte
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A great stop! Beautiful room with ample work space, terrific warm swimming pool, hot tub. Ample breakfast, much more variety than the average continental breakfast. Warm and courteous reception from management.
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... long drive but it was a very persistent Supercell near Valentine, SD.
Around Thedford we caught up with the cell and played dodge the Hail core for a bit, taking some structure pictures all the while. Up over a ridge it gave it a good go, with circulation attempting to drop, but just couldn't get the job done.
On the way back to North Platte, we were surrounded by a few cells that gave us an amazing lightning show to watch. I still find ...
... got to go!
Keep on, little dreamer ~ keep hold of all that you are
These just seemed to resonate with the relaxed and happy feeling I had being back out here.
Had a bit of a doze in the van, but being careful about not sleeping funny as to not cause any more damage to my neck ...
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... and Maintenance Facilities. I had read that the tower is too far to be able to see anything clearly so I took a pair of binoculars and my 300mm lens for my camera. We started on the 7th level (open air level) where Mary and I were the only people there for most of the time. As we got off the elevator I spotted a Union Pacific business train stopping near the yard headquarters building. Maybe 15 minutes later it headed west. We were able to watch ...