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Another day of good weather, 691 kms covered and two more states, Illinois and Iowa, are behind us.
The boys are really taking to this travelling lifestyle.
This was just a 2 night stopover in Omaha. We spent the day buying Christmas presents for Julie, her family, and her extended family who we would be spending our first White Christmas with. After travelling for 6 months without being able to but anything a little retail therapy was quite fun. Hours were spent finding just the right gifts for each person. Our friend of 25 years (Julie) picked us up and then in was a 3 hour drive to Loup City, ...
Day 11 began after a much needed good nights rest at the Fairfield Inn. We arrived the night before at nearly midnight! So good sleep was definitely needed. Our stay at the Fairfield included a breakfast, and we took full advantage! Cereal (there was some that were a bit like Lucky Charms, which made Dev happy), juices, bagels, eggs, the whole lot. There was a lot of American bacon, which is nice but not a scratch on the stuff back at home. It's thin and very ...
Dawn represented me at the Nebraskans United for Life dinner at the Ramada on 72nd Street in Omaha. I was sorry to miss the event, but was campaigning out of town. Since we are pro-life and pro-family, it was a joy for Dawn to attend and celebrate pro-life with other like-minded people.
Dawn ran into many old friends who are prominent in the pro-life community, and met many new friends. She praised the event for its excellent fund-raising auction, tasty dinner and good ...
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