‘Exploring The Scenic Byways of Nebraska’ By Lisa Trudell

From the rich, lush Missouri River Valley to America’s first highway, and beyond, Nebraska is home to amazing attractions and history on its nine scenic highways and byways. Candy stores, old forts, outlaw hideouts, great food, and even a tea room dot the landscapes that make Nebraska a special state. Stay in a “haunted” hotel or check out where some of America’s greatest authors called home. Each byway brings unique and special stories to add to Nebraska’s quilt.

Lisa and I have been asked to collaborate on a new book highlighting Midwest attractions, places that make America’s Heartland such a special place. We’d appreciate your support in helping share the stories of Nebraska’s byways.

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