Can’t Get Enough of Cambridge

 

Hello! It appears, in my haste to get down the road and see what’s around the next corner, I failed to notice I had some additional pictures of McKinley Park and the little Nebraska town of Cambridge still in my camera. I will correct that now!

This Bed and Breakfast would be a charming place to stay, wouldn’t it?

Some additional shots of the beautiful Nebraska Arboretum Extension in McKinley Park

This little red squirrel was curious about what we were doing wiping down the van.

DSC_0009 (1)I had moved the van to take advantage of a little more shade and evidently parked directly under a buzzard roost.  Yep, they let loose over night and there was a mess to clean up.  LOL

I missed the majority of the flock as they flew out of the tree to catch the warming thermals. By the time I had dashed inside to grab the camera most had glided behind some trees.

We moved to the other side of the park and spend the next couple days inside when a storm blows through. Burger enjoyed napping and wondering if it would ever let up.

Thank you Cambridge Chamber of Commerce for allowing us extra time to enjoy your lovely little town.  I truly hope we can come back some day and say hello again.

We’re heading further west. Have a great weekend, and as always, thanks for being a 2Dogs reader!
Hugs, Shawna

Author: 2DogsTravel

Hello! Welcome to my blog. I am a full-time traveler, retired from a lifetime of different occupations, traveling the country with my two little dogs, Fries and Charlie B; The Chiweenie Brothers. You never know where you might find us, but if you do stop by and say hi . . . If you can get past the two best watch dogs in the universe! Happy Trails!

One thought on “Can’t Get Enough of Cambridge”

  1. Love the hat, I assume that Burger just allows it to rest near his bed as long as he doesn’t have to wear it. That little town of Cambridge appeared charming minus the buzzards.
    We are enjoying the cooler temperatures and lovely time of leaves turning all shades of rust, orange, gold and green. Mornings can be nippy, has been down to 30 or lower a time or two. In all it is lovely to enjoy the days, and snuggle under the covers during the colder nights. Pastor has a new grand daughter, JoBeth and Brian had their sweet baby at church this morning, Three days old! She is beautiful. Praying you are feeling well and the road is easy under Freedom’s tires. Have a great week.

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