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... a cheese factory on a dairy farm and also White Oak Winery. We ate lunch at the little cafe in Carlock and I was very good. There are still showers today and the skies look pretty ominous. We will be leaving in the morning and heading down I55 toward St ...
It was sprinkling this morning, but we decided to drive down to Amish Country in Arthur and Arcola, Illinois. Found out that the man who developed The Raggedy Ann and Andy Dolls was from Arcola. It also is the corn broom capital of the US. We found the Amish community and was just amazed at all the buggy traffic in the area. Saw an Amish school with all the beautiful little children. ...
Well, the day dawned bringht and early and off we went to see what the super slab would bring. Drvivng thru the midwest is kind of, well truth be told, boring. There is miles and miles of farm fields, some harvested, some not. Crusing along at a top speed (for me anywho) of 62 MPH, ya get to see lots of stuff. I saw corn, beans, weeds, dirt, culverts, windmills that don't work anymore, barbwire, cows, horses, pigs, birds, squirrels, ...
What a hot day in the mid-west (high 90's and very humid). We are sure it is no cooler in Ohio.
We actually had a good day. Started noticing a LOT more semis and construction today. Sure didn't miss that!
Just west of Des Moines, IA today we saw hundreds of wind generators on one hill. All along the interstate in Iowa there were semis hauling the blades and pedestals for wind generators. We realized that after ...
... zippers. But while it was wrapped in zippers the zippers were different colors and they were arranged in descending order. This piece reminded me the many pieces of work by Andy Warhol. He himself made a lot of weird and strange artwork but it all had meaning to it. The Marilyn Monroe picture that fades stood for how stars start off big then eventually fade away and then become has beens. I really enjoyed the artwork and hope to travel across the nation to discover more ...
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