100 Things to do in Nebraska Book
100 Things to do in Nebraska Book
100 Things to do in Nebraska Book
100 Things to do in Nebraska Book

100 Things to do in Nebraska Book

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100 Things to Do in Nebraska  Before You Die by Tim and Lisa Trudell.

 

Nebraska has earned many slogans over the years, from "The Beef State" to "The Cornhusker State," but its moniker "The Good Life" sums up the vast majority of Nebraskans' opinion of their state. Whether its Cornhusker football in the fall or canoeing the Niobrara River in the summer, Nebraska is a special place. And with 100 Things to Do in Nebraska Before You Die as your guide, you'll see just what it is people love so much about the state.

The book is a veritable bucket list of places to visit, things to do, and top tips for the best places to eat and sleep. Explore the birthplaces of Nebraska-centric events and people, like the founder of Arbor Day and the hometown of Johnny Carson. As Nebraska's best -known natural attraction, Chimney Rock served as a landmark for pioneers headed west in the 1800s. Nebraska also enjoys its quirky side, like Carhenge, a Stonehenge replica made of cars, or the Taylor Villagers, an art project using life-size cutouts of locals around town as a tourist attraction.

Local authors and travel bloggers Tim and Lisa Trudell are your expert guides through the diversity and beauty of the country's sixteenth largest state. Whether you call yourself a Husker or are just passing through, this book will help you see Nebraska in a new light.

Tim and Lisa Trudell are the owners of the travel blog The Walking Tourists and live in southwest Omaha. Lisa was a travel professional for over sixteen years. Tim Trudell was a journalist with community newspapers for several years and is currently a freelance writer and online content creator, as well as the photographer, editor, and author of the blog. They are the coauthors of 100 Things to Do in Omaha Before You Die and Unique Eats and Eateries of Omaha. When not traveling, they love to continue to explore their hometown of Omaha, as well as the unique areas of Nebraska. You can follow them at @100ThingsOmaha or www.thewalkingtourists.com.