The Solon Langworthy House
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... br> into view, Margaret's pilgrimage was about to become reality.
town of Dyersville was just a seven iron away.
A short time
later, there it was the sign pointing the way for us to go.
happened there was a bus tour that had arrived at the same time we did. On the bus was a gentleman who was dressed in
the White Sox Uniform of the day. After
purchasing a few items from the ...
... a week, for the next 12 weeks, then on paper, I would be able to acquire enough money in time!
Rules: -If I was going to properly execute this plan I would need a few rules for myself to ensure success.
#1) Cut out ALL excess spending. (Yes Andrew, ALL of it)
- No alcohol -Easier than you'd think with the social life of someone working 60 hour weeks.
- No eating out
- No shopping
- No ...
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 - ...
... amazing adventure from being simple corn farmers 25 years ago to being pushed into the limelight when their farm was used as a significant part in the Field of Dreams movie. Never in their wildest dreams did they imagine their life changes due to this.
All in all, this was a really great day to hang out and watch a ball game in a small part of film ...
... 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, ...