DAY 9 – Council Bluffs, IA to Kearney, Nebraska.

Highlights from the day:  Father Flannigan’s Boy’s Town, interrupting a small town parade – notice the FLUTES, and both Charlie and Jay getting “tickets”:

Those cookies at the lower left hand corner have the Lincoln Highway emblem.  You’ll see more of that emblem later…

DAY 10 – Kearney, Nebraska to Cheyenne, WY.  This was the longest day on the road.

Kearney, Nebraska to Cheyenne, Wyoming - Google Maps

Some of the sights today include:

  • The Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles in Lexington, NE

  • The Halfway Point of the 1913 Lincoln Highway: the “Welcome to Cozad” city limit. At this modest little wood sign, you are exactly 1694.5 miles from New York City and 1694.5 miles from San Francisco.

  • The Pony Express Station & Museum, Gothenburg, NE.

  • Fort McPherson National Cemetery.

  • Lunch stop at the San Pedro Mexican Restaurant in North Platte, NE.

  • Train ride at the Terry Bison Ranch 17 miles south of Cheyenne.

Hotel: the Best Western Plus Frontier Inn, Cheyenne.

DAY 11 – Cheyenne, WY to Rock Springs, WY.

DAY 12 – Wednesday, September 11, 2019 – ROCK SPRINGS, WYOMING TO OGDEN, UTAH.

September 11th is our wedding anniversary. Of course, in 2001, the date became infamous for other reasons.

Tomorrow, more of Utah.

 

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