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Jun 5, 2012 - Preparing for the Road

#55 6/5/2012 Today is collect up your junk day. All the things we have brought into the house over the last week now have to be returned to their home. We will be back on the road again tomorrow, headed west! It will be sad to say goodbye in the morning, this is our last stop for visiting on this trip except for Sacramento. No pictures today.

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Jun 3, 2012 - Out and About Omaha

#53 6/3/2012 We headed over to the Holy Family Shrine today. It sits atop a hill along the freeway. I wasn't sure what we were going to see, but it was interesting. They built this long narrow glass church as a shrine to the Holy Family. Very interesting, we took some pictures and headed into downtown Omaha for dinner. On our way in, we passed what looked like a sand sculpting thing going on. We went ahead and went to dinner, then headed back over there afterwards. Apparently, they had some kind of competition for charity. We didn't get...

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Jun 1, 2012 - Lazy Day

#51 6/1/2012 Lazy day today. We fixed a pot roast for dinner and just laid around and visited all day. Mr Taylor finally got his hair cut, I will wait until I get to Sacramento and get mine done. My cousin Lori finally had her baby today at 2pm. Brady is 22 inches long and weighs in at nine pounds. A huge baby, good luck with him Lori and Jeff! No pictures today.

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May 30, 2012 - Fort Osage

#49 5/30/2012 We were camped 12 miles from Fort Osage, so we had to detour to go and see it. It was more of a trading post than a fort, but it was run by the Calvary. It was built after the treaty with the Osage Indians was made. A very interesting place, except there were hundreds of wasps hanging out. It was kind of scary walking around out there! After that we headed into Omaha with an uneventful trip. We did manage to get the trailer parked on the driveway before the rain got too bad. It rained on and off all night. Today's...

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