We visited Jeremy and Sarah and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern in Laramie and pushed on to past the fold in the map of Nebraska. Because Nebraska is very flat, and there sure is a lot of it.
Species noted include: American egret, blue heron (2), fox, pronghorn antelope, coos, more coos, horses, sheep, prarie falcon (or something similar), and a black bird of some sort that divebobed me while I was loading the van this morning.
Aslo, we saw one *hell* of a complete arch double rainbow at the Wyoming/Nebraska border, while chasing a thunderstorm. (We eventually caught up with it and kicked its ass.)
Approximately 965 miles to Columbus. We're going to try to do it in one long push, and then sleep all day on Monday.