Bridges Bay Resort
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... with the bulls getting up by 15 points or so. We all had a great time at our first basketball game.
I also ran into an old friend in downtown Chicago earlier that day. A girl who I hadn't seen in about 6 years that I use to play Volleyball with. Eliza from Bairnsdale, we use to play in the Academy together. We both had to look twice at each other as we walked by on the street, I couldn't believe it. I knew she had been in the states ...
... me a great deal about the area in general! Corn and sunflowers are the main crops, with 425mm of rainfall and pretty cold winters - apparently the Interstate get closed off for days at a time because of the snow! While on the Interstate, yesterday we had come across roadworks that went on for 15kms with the 2 eastbound lanes being completely rebuilt! They remove all the old concrete and then lay road base, moisture wicking cloth and iron re-enforcing bars and then ...
... says, while annoying, is usually right. (Whenever she comes on unnecessarily, the line coming from the back seat is "Zip it Betty!") "Wilma" on the other hand, is not only annoying, but often wrong. Wilma is the female voice-over that kicks in when instructions are not coming from Waze, but, via Yelp, from Apple Maps, which Lulu has dubbed "**** App" because it is ...
... shop!! :) Along the way, we saw a crop duster flying over the field, we opened the window in the RV to get a good photo of it, and whilst hanging out the window, (both Rachel and I) I turned my head and my sunnies flew into oblivion! Haha!! :) good thing I took two pairs, and even more that it wasn't my prescription ones, but boy we laughed!! :) So we pulled into the KOA in Jackson, Minnesota, where we had ...
... to our east and we were on the outer band of it, looking back that was a good thing. we rode the last 45 miles to the hotel in dry weather which was nice it allowed our pants to dry (we were smart enough to put on our rain jackets but not pants). The hotel had a ground round next to it so that is where we ate. Small world our waitress was originally from Tamaqua ...