We did indeed visit Carhenge, though it's astounding we didn't get blown away in the wind. There were tons of grasshoppers, and the wind was blowing so insanely that it was blowing the grasshoppers against us. To say that freaked Genna out would be a severe understatement; she fell apart!
The big kids were intrigued by this old Country Squire station wagon, just like the one we had as our family car when I was a kid, minus the big wheels & the frame for the canvas, of course (though Shanan did ask if ours had wheels like this one, lol!)
|20th Century Prairie Schooner|
|Doesn't everyone want to kiss a buffalo|
|Very cool old telephone switchboard|
|An old jail was one of the many things to see at Dobby's.|
|This is an old dentist chair with a foot crank for the drill|
This little stop in Alliance turned out to be more than just a place to sleep. We enjoyed our time here! Oh, minus the master toilet overflowing again....we used the pressure regulator here since the water pressure was high, same as the time in Sundance, when they overflowed last. This time the toilet filled & overflowed after Steve flushed it though, not upon hookup. It seems that the pressure regulator keeps the pressure low enough that the toilets don't fully release after flushing. Yeah, the pressure regulator doesn't seem to be all it's cracked up to be. Any thoughts on that from other fellow RVers???