TRYON, Neb. -- A viewing site south of Tryon is where many people are expected for this once-in-a-lifetime event for the solar eclipse. Organizer Linda Kemp says that this remote location has a lot to offer.
"Professional people who will explain what our quests are looking at as we drive across the prairie and how through good stewardship this has changed over the last one-hundred years," Linda Kemp said.
They are calling it Totality in Tryon. The small village is planning big things for its upcoming visitors. Organizers are planning tours and trail rides, a tipi camp plus demonstrations of the western way of life.
"I think besides getting to see it, it's going to be wonderful to have all the varied nationalities that we know will be here. This will be a real cultural experience for us as well as them," Linda Kemp said.
With the unique landscape and prominent cattle industry, Linda does not just expect this to be a cultural experience for outsiders, but also a one-of-a-kind experience for the town.