(Assorted Nebraska Photos, Town of Hazard, Pioneer Village Museum) - October 15, 2007
Assorted Nebraska Photos
Special thanks to Andrea in Nebraska for hosting and entertaining me in Kearney, located in central Nebraska.
This was the first major stop on my trip.
We had a great time doing all sorts of stuff as noted in the photo galleries below.
Somewhere out there in central Nebraska, we pulled over to snap photos of ourselves besides large bales of hay. I also
like that nifty photo of Andrea happily reading through a Nebraska tourism magazine. :)
Here's a nice view of farmland near where I stayed. Yay!
A grain elevator in Minden.
Ooooooooh! Some pretty sunrise colors on the morning I left Kearney. (It was the sunrise, not the sunset,
so I couldn't put it on my sunset page.)
Pioneer Village Museum
The Pioneer Village Museum in Minden is quite an interesting place. It has a mix
of pioneer history and amazing arrays of collections that document the technological progress of humanity.
I love signing guestbooks. I made note of the fact that we were heading to Hazard, Nebraska next. Yay! :)
Town of Hazard, Nebraska
Hazard, Nebraska is an awesome little town in central Nebraska. I don't know what the altitude is, but the sign said the population was 66 people.
Just outside of town was this "rest area" for all to see. ;)
We wandered around town and Andrea had a good time out there.
As I was about to photograph the Hazard sign on the highway, a train came by!
Yeah baby! Hazard Nebraska!
This is Nebraska at its best.
Folks, I invite you to enjoy the video below of out time driving in Nebraska ...
I really liked how the state highways had a chuckwagon on their signs, and I wanted to
get a picture of me in front of it. Andrea snapped this shot of me sipping on my McDonald's coffee
(purchased in Kearney) right there on the highway. Yay!
Oh and yes, Hazard is located approximately 25 miles north of Kearney at the junction of Highways 2 and 10.