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It was cool and quiet this morning until, all of a sudden, the stillness was ripped by a roar that covered the county. It was as if some voice had called out "Gentlemen, start your engines!" and several thousand keys turned in ignitions. Now that is an alarm clock! I sat bolt upright and Lacey dove for a pile of pillows. Another day on the Power Tour had begun.
... had warned me I should get the GPS updated, but I saw little point in it. So it was able to go crazy when I was on a new stretch of freeway between Indy and South Bend:
So I drove on until I was just about out of Indiana before I camped for the night... with one last pic to complete the set:
Maybe Lore will be able to see me when I get back here in four weeks?
... and dunes around Michigan City are beautiful and despite the recent burn offs we saw white-tailed deer and a myriad of other wildlife. The temperature continues to fluctuate and occasionally gets chilly but overall we are definitely headed for warmer days....yippee time for some camping soon! We had our first experience with Steak & Shake a burger joint with a focus on milkshakes. For $8 ...
As we passed from Michigan to Indiana the climate and terrain noticeably changed. The humidity had increased and the landscape had become much more swampy, in the same way that northern Illinois is.
We stopped for lunch and I tried Mahi Mahi for the first ...
... at Carol Ann's City Cafe. This cafe was a winner. We split a breakfast sandwich that was delicious, and the coffee was good too. Our waitress was excellent, and there was even free wi-fi. We walked to the post office nearby (to mail Mary Dawn's birthday card) and then down the street just to see the town.
We got back to driving, and decided to go on some back roads just because. The fields and farms were beautiful. I enjoyed seeing the ...
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