First stop in Nebraska is Elm Creek. We stopped there because Trish's family live in Overton which is next to Elm Creek. Susan and I stayed at Elm Creek and Dave and Trish went to the farm in Overton. This area grows corn and soy beans. We didn't camp at the farm because there was not any electricity for us. While there Dave and Trish showed us around all the small cities. We went through the Military Museum. It is pretty large and has a lot of interesting vehicles. We also went to the Wild Horse and Burro Facility run by the federal government. This is where they take care of the wild horses and burros until they can be adopted. We had an interesting dinner in a town of about 300 people. Good food and cheap. The bill for 6 of us came to $50. We had a bbq of hamburgers on the farm. The meat was raised on the farm and custom butchered. Talk about top grade beef.
It was mostly cloudy with showers while we were there.