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May 11, 2014 - Auburn NE - Auburn Recreational Complex

Back in Nebraska and we got lucky. There was severe weather, including tornadoes, all over the eastern third of the state but it all went north of us. The good news is that everyone in Omaha and West Point made it through without any storm damage. On the way to Nebraska, we stopped at the Eisenhower Presidential Museum and Library in Abilene KS. We only got through the museum and still need to visit the library. If you go, plan on spending an entire day. It's that good! You can do the museum in the morning, go to lunch and then return in...

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Retired at Last!

Sep 10, 2012 - OTRA - NE - Auburn

9/10/12 Well, once we got out of all the turns from Clinton Lake, the rest of the drive was a piece of cake! On the interstate for 25 miles then 95 miles on US-75 which was an easy-driving road all the way into Auburn. We’re staying at the Auburn RV Park, a nice little 12-space community park next to the very nice outdoor recreation center. Quiet, dark skies, long lots. Loved it! The first night I was a little concerned since we were the only ones there and it was soooo dark and I didn't know what kind of town Auburn was but the night after...

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Jun 19, 2012 - Auburn NE - Auburn Recreational Complex

Greetings from Auburn NE. We have just begun our annual trip to the wineries in southern and western Nebraska. We want to get our wine bucks one more time before leaving the state. Don't know if we'll be doing the tour again next year. From our campsite here in Auburn, we ventured out to the wineries in Brownville and Nebraska City. The wine tour must be getting to be very popular. We stopped at 1 tasting room and 2 wineries before we could get our official "passport" for the wineries to stamp. Okay, truth is, we each had passports already...

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Retired at Last!

Jul 4, 2011 - Detours & dogs, dogs, dogs!

Missouri River flooding made travel "interesting" on our way to Auburn, Nebraska. The little town is located in the south eastern corner of the state and has one of three bridges to cross the missouri, between St. Joseph, MO and Omaha, NE. All three of these bridges were closed due to flooding. We ended up backtracking about 50 miles to cross from St. Joeseph into Kansas and taking back roads to get up into Nebraska. It took us about two hours longer than we had planned. I can't imagine the inconvenience to the local people who live and...

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