08.15.18 Tree of Life

by Karen (Kearney, NE)

Found the Tree of Life in Nebraska City.

08.14.18 Master’s Hand – Tekamah

by Karen (Kearney, NE)

For our safety…we enjoyed some delicious chocolate!

08.14.18 Nebraska Adventures

by Anne Marie Garner (McCook, NE)

I travel all over Nebraska for work so it made it easy to stop in and collect the stamps and get a taste of good ol’ Nebraska. Saw a lot of things I didn’t even know were in Nebraska and … READ MORE »

08.13.18 Western/Northern Trip

by Don & Dianne Conyers (Hastings, NE)

Drove 1109 miles stayed over two nights. When we were in chadron we discovered no rooms were available because of sturgis weekend. We drove to valentine before we found a room. We went south on 183, stopped at niobrara river … READ MORE »

08.13.18 WHAT A DAY!

by Jessi Cremers (Columbus, NE)

I think I set some sort of record today! I did 14 stops in 10 hours (if you count first stop to last stop, 11 hours if you count from when I left to when I got home)!!! I was … READ MORE »

08.13.18 Nebraska Passport 2018 Travel Adventures

by Deb Larsen (Grand Island, NE)

I started out my Nebraska Passport 2018 tour driving a Doc Holiday Express bus for the St. Edward Girl Scouts. They do Nebraska Passport trips every year, and this was my second year as their bus driver. I also signed … READ MORE »

08.12.18 Feathers

by Geraldine Meyer (Lincoln, NE)

This is an interesting place with pretty outside gardens, fun items to see & purchase, and free samples of tea etc.

08.12.18 Eugene T. Mahoney State Park

by Geraldine Meyer (Lincoln, NE)

We enjoyed ice cream on the landing, watching paddle boats, then relaxed on the back deck of the lodge. The scenic view is worth the drive but our bonus that day was a visit by a family of wild turkeys.

08.12.18 Herban Coffee

by Geraldine Meyer (Lincoln, NE)

We enjoyed a delicious lunch…the croissants are wonderful…and had great conversations with other patrons and the owner. Don’t miss it.

08.12.18 Back in Time

by Natalie Nelson (Omaha, NE)

It was interesting to learn about how people lives in the late 1800’s. Lots of cool artifacts and stories about Nebraska City.