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... growling in our stomachs. To ease another craving, we hunted up a Red Robin where Andrea's burger fix was met. And, yes, copious amounts of fries were consumed. As the wheels turned toward Amery, our Ice Cream Theme was: on the road. We hit a McDonald's for sundaes and cones. It remains unclear whether our heads will rest on our own pillows late Friday night/early Saturday morning, but as we head north on I-94 with the cranberry bogs in our rearview mirrors, we're giving it our best ...
... blog for that matter.) South Dakota was like a great countdown. We took I90 the whole way across and starting above 400 on the mile markers we had to work our way down to 61 before we got to Rapid City. Again there were long straights but at least this time there were ranches and cattle on hills to look at so it was more ...
... for collision insurance... We were in the middle of northern farmland Illinois about 90 minutes from Madison, and proceeded to drive more defensively than we had ever thought possible until we pulled into our Madison hotel. We had every intention of hitting the town in Madison, but a couple glasses of whiskey and a much needed hot tub session had changed our plans (draining our motivation), to just grabbing some burgers and beers at the Great Dane Brewery, near our ...
... a small town nearby and also got to see the church that Nick's parents were married in (his great great great grandfather was one of the founders!). The rest was some good quality time hanging out with the fam.
We are now in St. Louis, MO and I'll be updating that post soon!
Thank you to the Herros and Grandma Beth for giving us a place to sleep!
... as Madison, Wisconsin, home of University of Wisconsin. We always enjoy visiting college towns. And it is always nice to stop in the larger towns for the night because you have more restaurants and places to see.
We arrive at our hotel and find a bubbly college girl at the desk. She is so friendly and tells us where to eat tonight and what to see the next day. We head out to the restaurant which is not too ...