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in Winnebago, Nebraska
June 20, 2012
This page has nothing to do with the Winnebago RV Factory in Iowa.
USA map showing location of Nebraskaoutline of the state of Nebraska showing location of Winnebago, Nebraska

sign: welcome to Nebraska

sign: Welcome to Winnebago, Nebraska

Honoring-the-Clans Sculpture Garden and Cultural Plaza:

Located one block east of US Highway 77/75 on Ho-Chunk Plaza - The two RV Gypsies enjoyed the heritage of the Winnebago Tribe. Ho-Chunk Community Development Corporation was formed on December 8, 2000 and designated by the Internal Revenue Service on August 13, 2001 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation..

the circle that contains the Indian statues
Karen Duquette by the head Indian statue in Nebraska
Below, Twelve statues, each representing one of the tribe's clans, are arranged in a large circle at the heart of the tribe's Ho-Chunk Village.
Sign: Wolf Clan
Wolf Clan Indian Statue
Thunder
sign about the Thunder Clan of Winnebago Indians
sign about the Bear Clan of Winnebago Indians
Bear Clan Indian statue
Water Spirit Clan Indian Statue of Winnebago, Nebraska
sign about the Water Spirit Clan of Winnebago Indians
sign about the Eagle Clan of Winnebago Indians
Eagle Clan Indian Statue in Winnebago, Nebraska
Buffalo Clan Indian statue in NE
sign about the Buffalo Clan of Winnebago Indians
sign about the Snake Clan of Winnebago Indians
Snake Clan Indian Statue
Warrior Hawk Clan Indian statue in Winnebago
sign about the Warrior Hawk  Clan of Winnebago Indians
sign about the Fish Clan of Winnebago Indians
Fish Clan Indian Statue
Deer Clan Indian Statue
sign about the Deer Clan of Winnebago Indians
sign about the Pigeon Clan of Winnebago Indians
Pigeon Clan Indian Statue
Elk Clan Indian statue
sign about the Elk Clan of Winnebago Indians
Design on a local building in Winnebago, Nebraska
Design on a local building in Winnebago, Nebraska
red divider bar
The advertised signs state that three miles east of Macy, Nebraska are Big Elk Park and Hole in the Rock Recreation Area. So the two RV Gypsies set out to find them.
sign: Big Elk Park and Hole In the Rock
sign: Omaha Nation Big Elk Park
Below: The road condition leading to Big Elk Park - a dirt road with big holes covering most of the road.
big holes in the dirt road leading to Big Elk Park
big holes in the dirt road leading to Big Elk Park
The two RV Gypsies got a glimpse of the lake and boat ramp (shown below). But it is certainly not a place the two RV Gypsies would ever go to again.
rainy day on a dirt road to Big Elk Park
the lake
go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesThe two RV Gypsies explored Jay C. Hormel Nature Center
in Austin, Minnesota and Lee Duquette went to the Spam Museum