The Solon Langworthy House
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... is what I love. If I had $1 for every time my dad has told me, "You're going to burn a whole in your pocket" I could have bought a first-class ticket to Thailand.]
...So basically this was going to be extremely difficult.
So there is was, a plan! If I did all of these things I could literally make my dream come true! It would be tight, and by the skin of my teeth, but I could make it to Thailand!
I got two jobs within a week or ...
Took the road less travelled for our first day. Headed west on the I-290 W or Dwight Eisenhower Expressway for a bit before it was the US20 W. When we could we were off onto the IL 72W which was a much smaller road with much less traffic that went through suburbs and small towns.
Bought supplies for lunch in Addison - spent a whole $2.60 to get bread rolls, ham and a tomato. Back to our lunch of travels past - ...
... It was amazing to me that 25 years after the release of the movie, folks would still travel to the middle of nowhere Iowa to play catch with their kids or friends, in the field from the set.
I got to meet the up till recently owners. The husband had been born, raised and had lived his life in the house up until not too long long ago. They shared with ...
... a few folks walked out to meet us. Turns out they were the FBO owner and his sons, and for the week of Oshkosh, in addition to especially inexpensive fuel ($5.01/gal when the rest of the country was $6 or more), they also put on a free lunch of barbecued pork sandwiches, homemade deserts, and just good old fashioned hospitality. This is what aviation in America should be - I just wish that there were more places like it.
After leaving Luvern, ...
After regaling the baby boomers around the breakfast table with tales of Tasmania over our chocolate cake and eggs benedict we headed towards the Effigy Mounds national monument. Travelling through the country back roads we encountered a couple of Amish carts. Just like the Great River Road we're following is known as a scenic byway, it turns out the road we were inadvertently on was signposted as an 'Amish Byway'. The effigy mounds are large mounds of earth ...