I didn’t spend much time in Nebraska. I didn’t want to drive east because there are two national parks in western South Dakota.
Scotts Bluff served as a landmark for people heading west in covered Wagons. It signaled the end of the first third of the Oregon Trail and the beginning of the Rocky Mountains.
The bluffs were named after a fur trader who became ill and was left to die on the banks of a nearby river.
This road follows the same path as the Oregon Trail.
This pair of clouds stood out to me. The dark cloud against its light background and the light cloud against its dark background.