A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.





Saturday, September 13, 2014

Along the Lincoln Highway


Highway 30, Nebraska


Note the 'California' license plate

 I liked their prices but unfortunately they had no diesel.

 Good thing I wasn't wanting an ice cream at the time.  
  No store or shop was to be seen anywhere.


12 comments:

  1. What you all can find on a trip. I like it.

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  2. An elegant gas station. Never seen such one before.

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  3. I read my hometown paper last night and found that the Rotary Club is disbanding...not enough businesses in town anymore to support it. So sad to see a small town deteriorate, but makes for great pictures from the past. $1.31 for gas? I can't even remember.

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  4. I'm enjoying your travels, great pictures. You have a new follower.

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  5. I often see $1.31 at our gas pumps - unfortunately it's per litre, though, and translates to more like $4.96 a U.S. gallon.

    No fair showing an ice cream cone and then not selling any!

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  6. I presume that the traffic has moved elsewhere leaving this community 'high and dry'. Literally high and dry with no diesel or ice-cream.

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  7. There is this American realities TV series called 'Pickers' on our cable TV, Frank and Mike's travels. I like these places and things so unfamiliar and yet interesting. Enjoyed your photo journals. Thanks.

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  8. You find the neatest places. I love that first shot.

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  9. I like all these...they have a lonely feel.

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