Those Gas Stations from the past:
Note the CornAlcohol 10% blend at this 1930s gas station.
For Tuesday’s stuff:
We are traveling too fast, but it is pleasant. A common view in the last 600 miles:
I won’t post too many pictures of the states we just passed thru and into. Just to say it is beautiful farm land is an understatement. BUT in reality the land we passed thru was many different shades of green. The only drawback was the closer we got to Nebraska, the more the wind blew. It blew so much it was obvious the corn actually grew at an angle.
But as we passed further into Iowa and entering Nebraska, the land became more multi purposed. We started seeing more hay baling, and cattle in the fields.
There were also more hills and snow break frames along the roads.
WE all continued to comment on the changing colors of the landscape.
One thing that has amazed me out west, there are times you can see an entire train at one time, BUT today we saw one that took 3 pictures to catch it, probably over a 3/4 mile log, maybe a mile:
Entering Wyoming, over nighted in Cheyenne.