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I'm Buster Brown, I live in a shoe. This is my dog Tige, he lives there too.

Waco NE

Red Rover, Red Rover, Send Tige Over
Red Rover, Red Rover, Send Tige Over

9/19 - 9/25/2007

Our location - Waco, NE

Double Nickel Campground

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Waco NE After an overnight stop in a K-Mart parking lot, we arrived at the Double Nickel Campground for a few days.  The McFalls were making a short trip to visit one of their children.
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Waco NE The Double Nickel has seen it better days but it does accommodate big rigs like our.
Waco NE Most of the traffic at the Double Nickel is overnight stays,
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Waco NE There is Linda & Larry's rig next to Red Rover.  The Double Nickel let us use two sites to hold our rig.
Waco NE During a morning walk, we had a sighting.  We have never seen the rotor blades from the new style windmills.  We couldn't have imagined that they were so large.

Not only were the rotor blades large, these special trucks were carrying two each.
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Waco NE The first truck had a problem clearing the road signs and light post on the far side of the road.

Not only did the truck have to back up, the driver had to steer the wheels under the trailer to make the turn.
Waco NE The second truck tired to swing the turn farther by coming across the road before turning.
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Waco NE Here you get a little idea of steering the wheels under the trailer to make the turn.
Waco NE You can see how far the second truck cut the turn.
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Waco NE Linda Moore and Dale watching the amusement for the day.
Waco NE Truck two finally made the turn.
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Waco NE Truck three, after watch the first two trucks, tried a different approach.  Truck three pulled across the road onto the on-ramp road.
Waco NE Then truck three using trailer wheel steering, backed the rig onto the road.
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