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... around Television programs, just like your high school moves over the screen. 40 daycares and 80 businesses to post their closings before they come back around... do you wait, now you've got to wait for the other 30 schools? or does a person be ready and head out from the shuttle just stop? If they just showed you whether or not your school was closed today, Wouldn't it be nice? That's significance. If they did, wouldn't your TV always be on that channel in the ...
... It was okay. Not any better
than Hardee’s. Eventually we turned in and had a long drive the following day
from the western-most border of Missouri home to Westmont.
Day 21. It was nearly 9 hours or so of driving, and we only had one
stop planned but decided to cross it off the list because it was somewhat out
of the way. We were intrigued from roadtrippers about this cave restaurant
where, yes, you actually dine in a cave. We had read ...
"The West of which I speak is but another name for the Wild, and what I have been preparing to say is, that in Wildness is the preservation of the World. Every tree sends its fibers forth in search of the Wild. The cities import it at any price. Men plow and sail for it. From the forest and wilderness come the tonics and barks which brace mankind. . . . "
... bottled pale ale from Emmett's that we had at a friends house had been pretty good.
The brewpub is in downtown West Dundee, which in itself was kind of nice to find after spending three days driving around the west Chicago suburbs. There are a lot of strip malls there, so a real small town downtown was kind of refreshing. The pub is split into two sections, one ...
... instead of the geological and biological wonders of the West. The geological wonders of the East have been dammed up and mined. The biological wonders have been eaten and turned into modest log cabins for pioneers hundreds of years ago.
Because of the circumstances, we have packed a bit differently from our last trip. We have gone easy on the camp kitchen since we won't be too far from a Wal-mart. I also did not pack a heavy sleeping bag, although Jessica is trying ...