Last week we had to make a morning dash into Omaha to pick up a daughter. She had taken her younger sister to a rock concert and wound up with a flat tire. All was okay though, the girls stayed overnight in Omaha with their big sister & brother-in-law, as they were planning to anyway. But we had to go in the next morning and help her change her tire and retrieve her car. I had my cell phone camera out and ready. I love Omaha. The energy is terrific and the city is beautiful and vibrant.
As I said, these photos were taken with a cell phone, on the move, and are completely unedited.
|First stop, before we left Fremont: gas (and coffee!)...I love morning sunshine.|
|Headed down Douglas Street toward Old Market. The Woodmen Tower is |
is coming up on the right.
|The World Herald building looming to the left.|
|Look into the distance...that's the bluffs you see, where the river is, and with |
it the Nebraska/Iowa border.
|The stoplight at 10th and Douglas...looking at the bridge that takes |
you over the river into Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Old Market Area
|I just caught Howard Street as we were whizzing past the intersection,|
can you tell! This is my favorite section of Old Market with some of my
favorite shops found in The Passageway, at the end of the block
|Headed home, west on West Dodge Road.|
|A delicious pasta salad with Italian dressing that my daughter made &|
sent with us. We nibbled on it all the way home.
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