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Pony Express, Gothenburg, Nebraska

"Pony Express, Gothenburg, Nebraska", such a cool cabin. such amazing history!! so many artifacts to check out & enjoy! Beth ( :


EG CameraGirl said…
How cool. I can remember reading a couple of books about the Pony Express when I was a kid. I wonder if I imagined the buildings looked like this. ;)
eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, the cabin is neat and I like the memorial. Looks like a fun place to visit. Have a happy day!
Linda Kay said…
That is definitely a blast from the past to be thinking about the pony express. Can you imagine having that assignment to ride a horse carrying the mail across all those miles? Unbelievable.
don said…
It's hard to imagine how difficult it was to ride the Pony Express. Fine pictures.
Missy George said…
I guess Abe Lincoln never slept there... I hope you are having a good weekend.
Missy George said…
I guess Abe Lincoln never slept there... I hope you are having a good weekend.
Stephanie said…
I have heard of the Pony Express.
That is neat. Have you made it to Toadstool? I just loved it when we went there.
TexWisGirl said…
now that's a tough job. :)
That cabin really is amazing isn't it. xx
William Kendall said…
I wonder what the riders would think of these places being preserved today.
Rose said…
I sure would enjoy seeing them...and photographing them if allowed.
Cheryl @ TFD said…
I love these old buildings and the history behind them. If they could only see how we get mail now! Have a nice week, Beth!
Toadstool is near Chadron. It is the Nebraska badlands. Really cool geographical formations. Here is a link.
Linda said…
Neat! A brief but exciting period of history.
bettyl-NZ said…
It's so cool to know these places are still around telling their stories!

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