Today was a travel day. I started out by driving to the Denver International Airport from Centennial, CO, to pick up my crew. All three of them were arriving within an hour and a half of each other, so I figured I’d pick them up all at once.
When I arrived at the airport, I got a call from the hotel- my ID had been sitting on their scanner all night from when I checked in. Once everyone was loaded into the car, we drove back to Centennial to pick up my ID. From there, we stopped and had lunch and fueled up before heading northeast towards Nebraska.
As I expected, today’s threat was not much to write home about. A few non-severe storms popped to our north. At one point, we had a severe storm (for wind) approaching us, but it dropped below severe limits quickly.
Instead, we opted to cruise gently to North Platte, NE, for the night, stopping at the Days Inn. We had dinner at a local restaurant and called it a night. We were treated to a sunset and a rainbow.
The APRS track is not as pretty:
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