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... by Linoma Beach stands the lighthouse built in 1939 which stands 100 feet in the air for all the boats on the lake beside the lighthouse.
The last water tower to loom in front of us was in the town of York and has a colorful hot air balloon design.
Tomorrow we push on across I-80 toward Wyoming again seeking out the neat little things along the way.
... delayed a week.
Had we left on the 4th, we would have been right in the middle of the snow storm. But we missed it. Because of a cold.
Sometimes, things happen for a reason. Makes you think, right?
As for our drive today? Uneventful. We got some wind and rain, but we’re safe and dry in Grand Island, Nebraska, because of a cold.
See you tomorrow.
... family and friends during this time; I know I've been neglecting most of you for too long. Please hold me accountable.
7. I also wish to explore the Tri-State area around FM. I've come to realize that I've never approached Iowa the same way as I am the rest of the country - and I can't help but wonder what I'm missing. Ideas are welcomed here too.
8. We all know that if I were a Muppet, I'd be Fozzie Bear.
... was on cruise control most of the day as the road was so good. we have been aiming for North Platte, NE for a fuel stop and Flying J, our favorite fuel stop. We love those RV lanes.
We stop for lunch at a rest stop and then head on to Grand Island, NE for our one night stay at the local KOA. As we look West we see the setting sun in the West. Always a great thing to see.
Nancy here, my first blog entry.
Well, we started out in the Land of the Concrete and wound up Children of the Corn. Wow, corn everywhere, as far as you can see! They don't call Nebraska folks the Cornhuskers for nothing!!
It was actually very pretty and green as we rolled north directly across Kansas to Nebraska--lots of rain up here this year, I think. The land was gently rolling and highly cultivated with...corn. ...