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... beautiful. On the bridge—was another couple and she was wearing a Nebraska #10 jersey! We chatted them up! UNBELIEVABLY, Darrell and Kathy Roberts were from GERING!!! She is mom to Scott and Chad Hergenrader, who were Gering High grads during my counseling days!!! Such a small world and what a coincidence that we would meet today at that moment on that bridge!
Sept 27 A chartered bus squired us around the area today. We ...
Westward Ho! This is the first edition of our RV van trek blog. Richard and I (and friend Nancy Adams) are planning to start our trip out West on September 24th from Hopkinton, NH and end in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 29th (to attend our niece Leslie's wedding).
We've chosen a Northern route so that we can ...
... overload before we got the RV back and the Sturtevants got their home and sanity back! Just kidding! We spent our last weekend before our second year launch with all the kids, and their kids. Sunday brunch with the Sturtevants, Sunday evening with Chris and Corinna and on Monday, Jess, Steven and the Epping Crew came up to the campground for swim and farewell! We packed up the ...
August 4, 2015
We finally left West Eaton around 1 p.m. Buddy had to change the oil in the truck, put new brakes on, load all of the mechanical stuff and the motorcycle, and check and recheck his lists. Although we had directions for travel on highways, we opted to take the more scenic routes through the villages and the parks of New ...
... met a lot of people (this place is popular!), We even ran into an a group of high schoolers whose after school activity is climbing EVERY DAY. How cool they get to be exposed to rock climbing at a younger age.
It was a great day of climbing, but man, that rock was super sharp and my first layer of skin on my hands were gone after a few climbs. My hands were so sore, I actually couldn't climb anymore and ended up just belaying Ben for two ...