Brian Florence's Commentary:

Not much to say about this mall. It appeared to be quite healthy when I stopped to walk around during my extensive drive across the country. It is by no means a "dead mall", so consider this an entry just to document it's presence.

I had one of the best Wendy's chicken sandwiches I've ever had in my life at this Wendy's, and probably the nicest employees I have ever encountered at a mall food-stop. The Wendy's was exactly like a stand-alone restaurant to the tee, except for having the open wall into the mall.

This mall is anchored by a Dillard's, Sears, JC Penney, and a store called Younkers. It is credited as "the biggest mall between Denver and Lincoln"

Doh! Figures I'd get news like this...

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