Super 8 Kearney
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... and talked for a while until it was time to head off! Just before, we all headed outside and took a few pictures of everyone together and attempted a human pyramid.
More goodbyes and hugs followed, however if we're lucky it won’t be too long until we see them again either in Colorado or California.
We set off and headed to I-80…it told us that from Plymouth to Vail was around 1177 miles!!! Darren drove a few hundred to Iowa where we stopped for a ...
Oh my gosh I had to drive about 20 minutes to a grocery store after we got to camp, but it was the best drive I've had since I lived in Ohio. I had my windows down doing 60+ on a straightaway through a country road dividing cornfields. And I felt humidity again for the first time since we drove through Illinois almost ...
Sunday morning was rough... My parents came over around 5:30 to help us get out the door...after some last minute clean up and packing up bathroom supplies, we made it out before 6 am. The goodbyes were difficult but we had an amazing time with them. We decided that one more trip over cottonwood pass was in order so off we went! We heard that early morning on the pass can have a lot of big game so we spent most of our time looking for animals. Right off the bat two large ...
Sheila and I left South Fork today at 7:00AM heading back to Iowa. Attached you will see a picture of Pike's Peak. Also in the picture is a speed limit sign from I-25. While I do not drive the maximum speed limit when pulling the coach, today was a bit unique. With the speed limit of 75 mph, we averaged about 20 mph. Our lesson learned ...
... with them.
As one travels East in this part of the country the landscape gradually changes from mainly grazing to grazing mixed with agriculture, predominantly corn but some soybeans and wheat. Since the corn had not yet been planted we soon left the grazing cattle (and those absolutely adorable baby cattle) behind and began passing almost unending bare brown earth with patches of green winter wheat here and there. So desolate.
We were headed ...