A Romantic Weekend in Nebraska
Relax and reconnect on a relaxing Nebraska getaway. To learn more go to #NebraskaNice
Front Street - Ogallala, Nebraska, United States
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- Front Street Sign Hoedey by Bck from a blog titled Goodbye Nebraska
- Front Street by Bck from a blog titled Goodbye Nebraska
- Front street by Bck from a blog titled Goodbye Nebraska
St. Cecilia's Cathedral - Omaha, Nebraska
St. Cecilia Cathedral, Seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Omaha, Nebraska, United States. Built in stages, in the years 1905 through 1959. Designed in Spanish Renaissance Revival style architecture by noted Nebraska architect and Free Mason Thomas Kimball.
The masterwork of architect Thomas Rogers Kimball, the Cathedral was the tenth largest in the United States at the time of its construction. Built on one of the highest points of the city, its twin towers are a familiar and beloved landmark. In 1959, the Cathedral was declared complete and debt-free, requirements for consecration.
On April 9 of that year, it was consecrated by Archbishop Gerald Bergan and eighty priests. Omaha had been named an archdiocese in 1945, with James Ryan the first archbishop.
Saint Cecilia Cathedral
701 N 40th Street, Omaha NE 68131
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Video Platforms - Typhoon H Pro, DJI Spark
Editing Software - Vegas Pro 15
RV finds an Ocean in Nebraska?
The Mojo Enterprise is unveiled and so is what seems to be an Ocean in Nebraska.
Leaving is harder than getting here
Stake your claim for fun in Enid, Oklahoma.
Explore Long Pine, Nebraska
A promotional video I made for a client's website. Clips from vacationing in Long Pine, NE.
Hampton Inn - North Platte - North Platte Hotels, Nebraska
Hampton Inn - North Platte 3 Stars Hotel in North Platte, Nebraska Within US Travel Directory This Hampton Inn in North Platte offers a rich breakfast buffet daily and an indoor pool.
The property is close to attractions such as Iron Eagle Municipal Golf, one kilometer away.
Hampton Inn - North Platte’s gym offers a range of modern fitness equipment.
Guests who wish to unwind can relax in the hot tub.
Hampton Inn’s bright, airy rooms are fitted with white linens and modern furnishings.
Each has a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a seating area where a refreshing beverage from the tea/coffee maker can be enjoyed.
Wi-Fi is free of charge and can be accessed throughout the property.
A well-appointed business centre is also featured at Hampton Inn - North Platte.
Hampton Inn - North Platte - North Platte Hotels, Nebraska
Location in : 200 Platte Oasis Parkway, NE 69101 , North Platte, Nebraska
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Car Camera - Lincoln, NE - Lincoln Southwest High School to Vintage Heights . 2013 ( ネブラスカ州リンカーン市 )
A beautiful day here in Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A.! Finally we are beginning to see some summertime skies overhead!...
Along this route, we travel near or among the city's edge, mostly on Pine Lake Road - from S. 14th Street where Lincoln Southwest High School is located, to the east edge of Lincoln on S. 98th Street. On one part of this trip, we go on Eiger Drive. At one time before development, Pine Lake Rd. ran all of the way from east-to-west in a straight line. When Lincoln got down to the Pine Lake community with the S. 84th Street expansion, some traffic calming measures were put into place for Pine Lake. Pine Lake Rd. was pretty much removed along the south side of the community and 84th St. was moved a bit east... so now we travel on Eiger Dr. if we want to!
I remember when Pine Lake Rd. was a gravel road because there was no city around it. How time flies ~_~ .....
Oh well, please enjoy the ride!
00:20 - Westbound on Pine Lake Road at S. 14th Street. Southwest High School can be seen straight ahead.
00:33 - Eastbound on Pine Lake Road.
1:02 - Scott Middle School can be seen on the left.
2:18 - S. 27th Street intersection. SouthPointe Pavilions (shopping mall) is on the left across 27th St.
3:32 - Tierra Williamsburg Bicycle Trail passes underneath.
5:58 - The 60th and Pine Lake Park is on the left.
6:04 - Beal Slough (culvert) passes underneath.
7:59 - Eastbound on Nebraska Highway (NE Hwy. 2).
8:30 - Eastbound on Eiger Drive. Southeast Rural Fire And Rescue's Pine Lake Station is on the left (can't be seen).
9:32 - Northbound on S. 84th Street.
9:55 - Eastbound on Pine Lake Road. Pine Lake area and Golf Course is behind us.
10:54 - Still eastbound on Pine Lake Road at S. 91st Street.
11:01 - Billy Wolff Bicycle Trail passes underneath here.
11:26 - The S. 98th Street and Pine Lake Road Roundabout. The city limits are just ahead, past the roundabout.
11:46 - Eastbound on Pine Lake Road.
Laramie Wyoming to Denver Colorado Driving on Interstate 80 and Interstate 25
Interstate 80 (I-80) is a transcontinental limited-access highway in the United States that runs from downtown San Francisco, California to Teaneck, New Jersey in the New York City Metropolitan Area. The highway was designated in 1956 as one of the original routes of the Interstate Highway system. Its final segment was opened to traffic in 1986. It is the second-longest Interstate Highway in the United States, following Interstate 90. The Interstate runs through many major cities including Oakland, California, Sacramento, California, Salt Lake City, Utah, Omaha, Nebraska, Des Moines, Iowa and Toledo, Ohio, and passes within 10 miles (16 km) of Chicago, Illinois, Cleveland, Ohio and New York City, New York.
I-80 is the Interstate highway that most closely approximates the route of the historic Lincoln Highway, the first road across America. The highway roughly traces other historically significant travel routes in the Western United States: the Oregon Trail across Wyoming and Nebraska, the California Trail across most of Nevada and California, the first transcontinental airmail route, and except in the Great Salt Lake area, the entire route of the First Transcontinental Railroad. From near Chicago, Illinois east to near Youngstown, Ohio, Interstate 80 is a toll road, containing the majority of both the Indiana Toll Road and the Ohio Turnpike. I-80 runs concurrent with Interstate 90 from near Portage, Indiana to Elyria, Ohio. In Pennsylvania, I-80 is known as the Keystone Shortway, a non-tolled freeway that crosses rural north-central portions of the state on the way to New Jersey and New York City.
In Wyoming, I-80 reaches its maximum elevation of 8,640 feet (2,633 m) above sea level at Sherman Summit, near Buford, which at 8,000 feet is the highest community on I-80. Farther west in Wyoming, the interstate passes through the dry Red Desert and over the Continental Divide. In a way, the highway crosses the Divide twice, since two ridges of the Rocky Mountains split in Wyoming, forming the Great Divide Basin, from which surface water cannot drain, but can only evaporate.
Interstate 25 (I-25) is a major Interstate Highway in the western United States. It is primarily a north–south highway. I-25 stretches from Interstate 10 at Las Cruces, New Mexico (approximately 25 miles (40 km) north of El Paso, Texas), to Interstate 90 in Buffalo, Wyoming (approximately 60 miles (97 km) south of the Montana/Wyoming border).
Interstate 25 is the main north–south expressway through Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. From north to south, it passes through or near Casper, Wyoming; Cheyenne, Wyoming; Fort Collins, Colorado; Denver, Colorado; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Pueblo, Colorado; Raton, New Mexico; Las Vegas, New Mexico; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Socorro, New Mexico; Truth or Consequences, New Mexico and Las Cruces, New Mexico. The I-25 corridor is mainly rural, especially in Wyoming, excluding the Albuquerque, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, and the Denver areas. The part of I-25 in Colorado passes just east of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. That stretch was recently involved in a large-scale renovation named the Transportation Expansion Project (TRansportation EXpansion) in Denver, and the COSMIX (Colorado Springs Metropolitan Interstate Expansion). These projects and others in New Mexico were necessary because these stretches of I-25 were inadequately designed and constructed originally (the pavement was deteriorating rapidly), and also because urban areas like Denver, Colorado Springs, and Albuquerque had tripled and quadrupled in population much earlier than anyone had anticipated back in the 1950s and 1960s. Major highway work for the T-REX project ended on August 22, 2006. The COSMIX project was completed in December 2007. Several other smaller improvement projects for I-25 are still ongoing within Colorado and New Mexico.
Interstate 25 has many nicknames through the state's larger cities. In Denver it is called the Valley Highway, as the highway parallels the course of the South Platte River throughout the downtown area and is often sunken below ground level. The section in El Paso County is named the Ronald Reagan Highway, and through Pueblo it is named the John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway.
John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway in scenic southern Colorado
I-25 enters Colorado 14 miles (23 km) south of the city of Trinidad. It is the main north–south route through Colorado with a length of 300 miles (480 km). The Interstate exits Colorado in the north about 8 miles (13 km) south of Cheyenne, Wyoming. I-25 serves all the major cities in Colorado that are east of the Rocky Mountains, such as Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Fort Collins, and Greeley. For the entire distance in Colorado, from the north to the south, the Rocky Mountains are clearly visible.
Car Camera - Lincoln, NE - I-80: Beatrice to Waverly Interchanges . 2013 ( 州間高速道路80号線 )
This trip takes us on the majority of Interstate through Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A. In recent years, the city has expanded towards and somewhat around the Interstate, but for the most part I-80 goes around it. The Interstate is in it's last phase of being expanded to six lanes from Lincoln to Omaha - Lincoln is the last portion that needs to be completed... something like a 10+ year project! Yikes!!!
Back when they first began building the Interstate in the late 50's, I-80 was originally planned to skirt by downtown Lincoln following West O Street and what eventually became Interstate 180. Some people didn't like the idea of a busy interstate going through & ruining the big town feel that had Lincoln at that time, so instead I-80 was diverted NW toward the airport (I-180 was built in it's place to get to Downtown). I tell you, we'd love to have it now... it takes forever sometimes to get around the city (not complaining, though~)!
The speed of I-80 in the rural areas of Nebraska is normally 75mph (121kph). Please enjoy!
Interesting fact: I-80 is one of the few major east-west Interstate corridors in the U.S. Beginning next to Manhattan Island on the east, going through (or by) a number of major cities along it's path (including Chicago, Salt Lake City, Des Moines, the Quad Cities, Toledo, Cleveland, Sacramento, Omaha and Oakland) and ending across the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in San Francisco on the west.
This is a continuation of the video Car Camera - Lincoln, NE - U.S. 77: Rosa Parks Way to the West I-80 I/c(s) . 2014 for U.S. Hwy. 77 (beginning at 1:17 in this video), which can be seen here:
To continue on U.S. Hwy. 77, please stop 8:33 in this video and see the video Car Camera - U.S. 77 & NE-L55X - Lincoln to Ceresco, NE . 2013 here:
...jump to 3:40 in that video.
00:19 - Eastbound on West O Street (U.S. Hwy. 6) at the U.S. Hwy. 77 South / I-80 Interchange.
00:44 - Onramp to U.S. 77 North and I-80 East.
1:04 - The Lincoln Airport can be seen straight ahead.
1:29 - (Eastbound) Interstate 80 East / U.S. 77 North (U.S. 77 follows I-80 at this point).
2:30 - West Cornhusker Highway (Lincoln Airport) Interchange.
2:57 - Nebraska Technology Park can be seen on the left.
4:09 - Superior Street overpass.
4:10 - Downtown (I-180/U.S. Hwy. 34) Interchange.
5:24 - N. 14th Street overpass.
6:14 - N. 27th Street Interchange.
8:33 - N. 56th Street (U.S. Hwy. 77 North) Interchange. U.S. 77 splits off from I-80 here.
13:15 - Waverly (U.S. Hwy. 6) Interchange and offramp.
14:26 - Westbound Cornhusker Highway (U.S. 6), now going back towards Lincoln.