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A Travel Blog by travelswitz
Maggie is from a small town in Nebraska known as the "Middle of Nowhere". Really, they have a festival by that name every summer. But she would probably want you to know the town's official name, which is Ainsworth, and this summer we are taking Maggie ...
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A visit to MBG to see the blue butterflies and the orchard shows A short visit to Swan Lake Wildlife Reserve, Missouri, Cranes migration at Kearbey, Nebraska, International quilt museum at Lincoln, NE
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... days in the Arcate/Eureka/McKinleyville area we're heading north then east for a trip through Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa (a side trip by Jan to Ontario for a week long Walleye fishing trip) then back to Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, ...
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A Travel Blog entry by djsamo from Fremont, Nebraska, United States
Finally arrived in Nebraska, surprising Bodell's Grandma. Visited the Bradricks as well, running around on the iced lake. first time in Nebraska, and I couldn't believe how much corn there was. ...
A Travel Blog entry by leonardgrill from Kearney, Nebraska, United States
... in St. Charles, but I wanted to hit the road. It turns out that I drove right past a Lewis and Clark museum in Nebraska City so I stopped. It was a very impressive. It seems that many towns in the Midwest use Lewis and Clark as a tourist ...
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spent the summer in Nebraska in 1998 visiting ...
A Travel Blog entry by heavenonearth from Nebraska City, Nebraska, United States
... us that our grandmother was born in Red Oak, Iowa, it tipped the scales to the southern route. Victoria Acres RV Campground in Nebraska City looked like a really nice RV park located just across the river from Iowa. Again, we were really surprised by the ...
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... Capitol building in Washington, DC, Nebraska is one of a handful of states that built a radically different capitol building. Nebraska’s current capitol was completed in 1932 and consists of a large three story square base containing most state ...
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