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LISA BRAINARD/BLUFF COUNTRY READER
This is far from an award-winning photo, but it is pretty indicative of the trip: wide-open spaces, pines, hills, backroads (here a four-wheel-drive trail near Chadron, Neb.) and always, always, the remains of smashed bugs to mess up the view out the windshield.
LISA BRAINARD/BLUFF COUNTRY READER This is far from an award-winning photo, but it is pretty indicative of the trip: wide-open spaces, pines, hills, backroads (here a four-wheel-drive trail near Chadron, Neb.) and always, always, the remains of smashed bugs to mess up the view out the windshield.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 10:42 AM
A just-completed trip west to see the total solar eclipse of Aug. 21 was set up to be “open-ended.” There were other sights – and sites, too! – that could be seen if both members of our traveling party so decided. The trip could be extended.
And yes, it evolved into a full-fledged road trip, I’ve concluded, now home nearly three weeks later. I’m at once happy to be home, but also melancholy – missing the ground covered… the new experiences and the people met.
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