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Day 28 by Eden We left at 9am. We got to our friends' house in Nebraska at 7pm. It took a long time to get there. Then we met the Epp family: .Adelé, Jakin and Conlen. We had tacos for dinner tonight with our friends. The girls ate our dinner in the treehouse! After dinner we played horses, baby dolls and paper dolls. And we also did dress up clothes. Then we took showers and went to bed. The ...
It is countdown until departure day to Spain after so many months of preparing, it's hard to believe that the day is almost here. The Spanish club will be using this site to share our trip with everyone! We will post pictures and updates as much as we can so you can be on the "Adventure in Spain" with us from the comfort of you own home. Thank you for your support and your help in getting us to our ...
Well it will all be downhill from Cheyenne. The landscape is flat and green with oil pumps scattered around. You see a cluster of trees so you know there is a house somewhere in there. When we cross into Nebraska the north side of the interstate is flat and the south side has rolling hills.
On no, we are now in central time so we lost another hour.
About 75 miles into Nebraska the wind is ...
Leaving South Dakota was difficult, as it has so much to offer and I completely enjoyed our time there. I admit it, I miss the prairies where you are able to see from horizon to horizon and this time of year, with plenty of rain, the grasslands are like a giant green carpet.
After driving through part of Sioux City, we turned west into Nebraska. Our route allowed us to be in three states in about ten minutes: South Dakota, Iowa ...
We had to head all the way back to Nebraska but it was so worth it! We watched the radars and satellites all day to pin point the best place to be to photograph the storm and potential tornados. We stopped on the side of the road directly north of Concordia, Kansas over the ...