Value Place Lincoln
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We stayed in Greenwood, Nebraska which was between Lincoln and Omaha. The town of Greenwood was rather small. I fell asleep and missed it as we rode through it but Jim said I didn't miss a thing!
In visiting Lincoln we saw the long main street in town and the University of Nebraska which was big and spread out all around one end of town. There was a section close to the football stadium that was building up with lots of restaurants and apartments and condos. It reminded us of ...
Angela- we are finally at the half way point. I drove all morning and we stopped at a Starbucks in Lincoln to rest and refuel (on coffee, that is). I was really excited when we crossed the border and saw signs for Omaha Nebraska that I shouted 'this is where I was born' even though I clearly wasn't born on the highway... Lol... It was smooth sailing while Seth slept because I could go 75mph! Now I'm going to take a nap and let him drive the rest of the day... Tune in ...
... Michelle Hilmeyer's house a little after 5:00. They ordered pizza for all of us for dinner. Michelle had to take Patrick to soccer practice and Pat had to pick him up later. Alex and I went out shopping to get iron pills for her. First we went to a King Soopers Grocery store, but Alex didn't like any of their options, she wanted to see if there was a Target nearby. Luckily we had ...
... more successful communal lifestyles seen in the US, settling within a beautiful valley northwest of Iowa City. There, self-sufficient and capable, they began to thrive. They soon established themselves as crafts people, and their goods, from woolens to metalcraft, became highly valued in the marketplace.
They ate in communal kitchens, tended gardens, labored together in the fields...everyone contributed. Women were valued, had authority and a ...
... in the center of town and looks like none other that I have ever seen. Totally open and available to anyone who wants to see, this building is built of a sand-colored stone and at the center of it is a tower, nearly 400 feet tall, with a dome, which can be seen for miles. It is the second tallest capitol building in the US, second only to Louisiana. Very impressive and very unusual.
We finally settled in to our hotel around 4:30 PM. Tomorrow, Cheyenne, WY. ...