Left Cheyenne this morning…Traveling across Nebraska now…

It’s not possible to post photos now. By the time we stop for the night, get situated in the hotel, go to dinner, I am too pooped to spend time with photos.

Although Tom is doing all the driving, we are both tired at the end of the day.

We had a wonderful time seeing Marylin and Gary in Layton. Utah for dinner on Sunday evening and again for breakfast on Monday morning. But we needed to get on the road with the snowstorm we experienced heading on to Utah with more ahead in Wyoming.

It turned out to be a blizzard with winds on the highway from 70 to 80 miles per hour. The road was glazed with ice and snow and the wind tipped over several semis we observed as we passed.

Thank goodness Tom is a good driver but as good as he is, it was a harrowing and scary experience. Finally, we reached out hotel in Cheyanne and went for a nice dinner at Texas Roadhouse.

By the time we returned to our room.we both went to bed, streamed a few episodes and conked out for the night. I slept poorly. It was too hot in the room and I couldn’t  get comfortable. I tried lowering the thermostat but it would go down.

This morning we headed to the free breakfast at the hotel. But, the food looked awful and we loaded the car and went to Perkins for a fantastic breakfast.

There’s no snow in Nebraska but the wind is still 70 mph. We can’t help but weave all over the road. Maybe at some point we will be out of the wind.

Tonight is our last overnight and then we will reach Minnesota. I heard from Cleveland Clinic and I will have an appointment soon. They will give us 3 days notice. We can handle that.

That is it for now dear loyal readers. Before you know it we will be back to posting with photos and usual features

Be well.

Comments and responses Left Cheyenne this morning…Traveling across Nebraska now…

  1. Ronny Reese Reply

    It was niece and quite inspirational meeting you guys at the hotel hospitality tonight. – Safe Travels

    • worldwide-admin Post authorReply

      Ronny, it was wonderful meeting you. Hope you get to live your retirement dreams!

      Warmest regards,
      Jess & Tom

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