After spending the whole day training and getting set for day two of our Nebraska training Kris and I decided to take in two national treasures.  One of these is pretty well known, but the second one has not quite got the recognition I certainly believe it has coming to it.

This first picture is of Mt. Rushmore which was just North of where we were training and we manage to arrive just  before dusk to snap off a couple of pics.  The second pic is of my Training partner this week Kris Keppler, (Kris is the one in the coat).  Kris has recently joined our team at Therap and is doing a great job in helping train the staff at Region One.

Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln for those scoring at home.

Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln for those scoring at home.

Kris and the Presidents!

Kris and the Presidents!

I honestly don’t know where this guy came from!  Out of nowhere he and few buddies just show up and start eating grass along side the Therap Training van.  Needless to say we were inspired by this guy and headed out to dinner!

Dinner time at Mt. Rushmore

Dinner time at Mt. Rushmore

All you can eat Buffalo!  Yee Haw!  Get me a bib this could get messy.

All you can eat Buffalo! Yee Haw! Get me a bib this could get messy.

On Tuesday before heading to Scottsbluff, NE we discovered this second National Treasure that maybe you have not had the chance to see.  It is called Carhenge.  It is automobile art that is a replica (sort of) of the massive stones in  Stonehenge England.

Stonehenge, England

Stonehenge, England

Carhenge, NE

Carhenge, NE

Well gang it is a tough call to make which henge I like the best.  I will leave you to your decision making.  As for Mt. Rushmore and Carhenge there is no doubting that these are  two national treasures  for sure!  Well time to head over to Scottsbluff, NE which is clear to the western boundary of the state of Nebraska.  We start there early tomorrow with 5 classes that Kris and I will tag team.  Wish us safe travels.  Until next time, I wish you all a great rest of the week!  From the middle of Therapville I will blog you later.