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... overhead for so long. And I wasn't feeling well. We had to wait 2 hours for the next bus back to town and in the meantime we just hung out (I started writing this blog) and I played with a cute little dog that came by probably looking for food. There are many dogs in Peru, most of which must be strays. It's a bit odd because we didn't see any in Colombia and Equador and you would think that Peru would be the more forward country with it's tourist industry. Either way, there ...
... way to highway 39/51. Lots of roadworks and the signs were a little confusing and did not include all the highway numbers as they usually do.
Still lots of harvesters at work and the skies were threatening rain. Saw lots of wind turbines too - the most we have seen at any one time. Just about all of the farms are grains - corn and beans, although we have seen one Angus beef stud and another farm which had a picture of a pig on it's sign.
... day out we set our sights on Tinley Park, Illinois to visit friends for the afternoon. The drive to Tinley Park was accomplished in a little over 5 hours, so we had much of the afternoon to catch up. We did pass the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Indiana. Not sure what is in there, but we only snapped a picture and continued on.
It was ...
... br> The day was both relaxing and interesting. The crew on the canal boat wore period clothes and the tour guide, Mary Todd Lincoln, was had a vast knowledge of the history of the canal. She said her husband, Abe, was very instrumental in getting the canal dug, for the growth of commerce in the state of Illinois. What a guy!
Anyway, so here it is, Saturday, and I'm not ...
... We drove off to the Brickyard Mall where we arranged for wireless/cell phone service thru T-Mobile and picked up groceries at Jewel Osco (weird name, but just like a Costco). You would NOT believe the booze prices. A 60-pounder of Smirnoff was $17.99 (read that Aiden). We popped into Starbucks, had our coffees and figured out how far we should drive on day one. We went with a sound plan of a short distance and have arrived at ...