A Haiku for Nebraska

A Haiku for Nebraska:

Open Nebraska
All land, sky, and fields of corn…
corn and corn and corn

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Well, Nebraska wasn’t the most interesting drive ever.  But we did enjoy our stay in Lincoln.  Especially Peter!  This was his first time in a “big pool,” and he loved it.  These are photos from the phone… sorry about the quality!

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We stopped at Ted’s Montana Grill in Denver (so yummy!) for dinner before a beautiful, hour-long drive to Silverthorne, where we are spending the night.  The mountains are gorgeous!

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We’re looking forward to another scenic drive tomorrow when we head to Utah.  It will be a shorter drive- only six hours- so we are hoping to have some nice long stops along the way.  A dinosaur park, perhaps??

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5 thoughts on “A Haiku for Nebraska

  1. Love your haiku. All I remember about Nebraska is WIND. I remember when we went out West as a family when I was in 4th or 5th grade: we took a picture at a rest stop somewhere in NE, and all of our hair is sideways! We thought it was crazy. But perhaps it’s not that windy all the time 🙂

  2. Ooo, are you going to Carnegie Quarry?

    Really enjoying your travel blog- glad you are having safe travel, despite ping long ball size hail, etc.

  3. Enjoy the sights! I’ve never been to Nebraska! I’m so happy that you got some pool-time in. My kids all loved the pool as babies… STILL DO! Aria’s a little fish and is always the first one in and last one out, no matter where we are. I love the mirror picture too. You were a fan of the mirror as a baby too…. weren’t you??!?

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