as we trekked home across the midwest, we passed through (or slightly detoured to) the capital cities of several states, and stopped to for obligatory photos for #lidbomstatecapitaltour. these three brought our grand total to 27. firstly, lincoln nebraska. we stopped on our way to the homestead national monument. it was a pretty quick and […]
the iNtErNaTiOnAl quilt museum.
when derek informed me that we were spending a couple of days in lincoln, nebraska, i got to work googling, yelping, trip advisoring, and all trails-ing, to see what things there might possibly be to do in lincoln. aside from our obligatory capitol trip and homestead national monument, i didn’t find much for kid friendly […]
homestead national monument
after rocky mountain national park, we stayed a few days in denver, catching up on laundry, groceries, and visiting a few friends. and then we started the long trek back home. originally, we had planned to take our time getting home, with several longer stops through the midwest, but as covid picked up, especially in […]
nebraska national monuments.
after our lovely time in custer, south dakota, it was time to move on. we had a few days planned in torrington, wyoming, which was basically the halfway point between custer and our next big stop. to get there, we ended up driving down something like 25 miles of gravel road, mostly in nebraska. not […]