Had an early evening yesterday. Went to bed about sundown, which was near 10PM where we were in Nebraska. We were awakened close to midnight to the sound of hail on the Casita. It didn't last long so we went back to sleep. Around 2AM it started again. Large hail, hitting the roof with a vengeance. Sally tried to get in the bed with us, it was so loud and unnerving. Finally stopped after about 5 minutes. Couldn't get back to sleep after that for a while. Everything was ok this morning. No damage we could find.
Got away from the campground around 9AM and continued on East. Got within 5 miles of the Iowa border and the road we planned to take South, and had to take a detour. The Missouri river has a lot of major highways closed due to high water. We had to make a detour of approximately 75 miles down into Kansas before we came to a spot where we could cross the river. That was in St. Joe, Missouri.
After crossing over the Missouri, we continued East about 30 miles to a state park we found on the Internet. It is just a few miles off our intended route. It is a pretty campground with lots of green trees and plenty of birds singing. The temp is still in the 70's or low 80's. Thought we would have some hot weather by now. It is only going to make it worse when we do hit it.
Here are a couple of pictures of the campsite and supper. We grilled some chicken and had it along with rice and veggies.