Travelodge Grand Island
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I should mention: over the weekend I decided it's time for me to take a break from the travels.
After 120 days on the road, consecutive nights of hotel or campground, I would favor familiar surroundings to recharge and plan for the change in seasons. Fortunately, I know this woman who birthed me - she's willing to put me up for a while.
Once it became clear in my mind, I was ready to get ...
Today started like several of the last few days as our main goal is to get home in one piece. The Cheyenne KOA was full of all kinds of RV's. We were sandwiched between to big coaches. One Tiffin Allegro Bus and a Winnebago Tour, Both were tag axle. No problem, our little gas coach looked right at home. The Rose among the. . . .
We pulled out at 7:07 am mountain time and headed East ...
... left over was devoted to soybeans.
Our GPS took us on some smaller roads until one ended at the Grand Island KOA, a small park with lots of personality. First, it was an grassy, treed oasis, completely surrounded by corn fields. It was constructed in the characteristic KOA style--log accents--with lots of amenities, including a functioning café. Larry escaped to the café for a good old-fashioned, gluten-filled meal; I ...
... but no damage to the motorhome....but I don't think they faired as well. It is hard to believe all the corn and soy bean fields on every available inch both sides of the interstate and as far as you can see and if nothing was planted there was cattle grazing.
We finally got the MOTORHOME broken in...on this leg of the journey it turned 100,000 miles!!
There aren't many campgrounds ...
... had items within it that would have been sold to it's customers. I bought a box of the game of "jacks"! Remember playing jacks? The last building we went to was a collection of farming equipment. There were tractors and all sorts of farm equipment. Ha, Greg toured it, while I talked to the nice docents that were seated by the front door. They asked me where we were from, and thanked us for dropping by. Greg has pictures of what he saw in the ...