Tags : nebraska

Rallying & Joining the International Percy Fan Club

A month ago Miss Elsie and I packed up our RV  EmmyLou, and began the drive east from San Diego. We are at times meandering our way to New Jersey and other times, well we are putting on the miles so we can have time to visit with family, friends and get ready for the […]Read More

Meandering through Nebraska

I am moving west. It is a slight push as I need to be in Boise by early next week. Elsie the cat is going to visit friends of ours for two weeks while I venture north on a small ship Alaska Cruise for two weeks. How cool is that? I have been traveling across […]Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Blair, Nebraska

If you’re familiar with historical Native American figures beyond Crazy Horse and Osceola, you’ve likely heard of Black Elk. He was born to the Oglala Sioux on Wyoming’s Powder River in 1863.  As a young man, already a distinguished warrior, he fought in the Battle of Greasy Grass (we call it Little Bighorn), in which […]Read More

The Original RV – The Covered Wagon

We RVers have our heritage and it really starts on Interstate 80 in Nebraska, America’s heartland. That's where the Great Platte River Trail became the Oregon Trail…The California Trail… the 49ers Trail…the Mormon Trail. This was the pioneer route that linked east to west. And today,  spanning the interstate near the mid-Nebraska town of Kearney, […]Read More

RVing across America: Popcorn Days in Nebraska

One of the best things about RVing in a Type B motorhome is you can get to a lot of great places far off the interstate…places like the Sandhills of Nebraska, a 10,000 square mile region of grass covered sand dunes that takes up nearly 25% of the state. While we were cruising these beautiful […]Read More