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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by Yossarian™, Mar 8, 2013.
Google street view shows the previous business
Future home of Lippy's BBQ, former home of the Branched Oak Inn. Village of Malcolm in the Middle of town. The BOI was one of my family's favorite Sunday night dinner spots.
This dodecagonal ballroom was built in 1938-1939, a spin-off of a WPA project. It's on the National Register of Historic Places, in a honey of a Seward County village.
You guys that have time to ride in daylight hours definitely have the advantage these days Hopefully I'll have the 3+ hours to spare to nab one of these soon. Oh, and hopefully the weather stays ride-able.
I learned what dodecagonal means. Bee NE States Ballroom.
The flat river meets the longest river in North America. When you grab the tag tell us who camped here.
Warning. There is 5 miles of gravel road riding to the Tag.
I've camped there in my van.
Déjà vu all over again.
Evidently there were a couple of fellows named Lewis and Clark who went by here a few years back.
Shilling WMA at the confluence of the Platte and the Big Muddy. Not sure if I like riding through a public hunting area at this time of year, but I survived.
It's a nice looking building, that houses a one-of-a-kind machine, built back in 1885. If you were unfortunate enough to spend some time here back in the day, you very well may have felt like a rodent caught in a wheel.
It is a nice-looking building. I'd say it's arresting.
Hope you did your best not to look like a deer.
I did, but you never know with the crazies out there these days. There were some pretty sketchy characters (not hunters) driving around there today. Maybe good candidates for the last photo...
Grab Squirrel Cage Jail Council Bluffs.
It happened to be open. I did the tour. Very small cells.
If George was a king this would have been his Castle
I was really wanting to get this one today. Figured out how to get home from work an hour early...but it was in the low 40s, 40 mph winds, and spitting rain...yeah, I wimped out...
Might know where to find that.
Hosted a wedding reception there quite some time ago.
I believe it is open to the public this Sunday. Wife and I are planning to go.
EDIT: Evidently this is a repeat, so see post 805 for a new pic (hopefully)
Some very inovative Omaha brothers completed a Nebraska first "on" this field back in 1910.