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... One stop at a Cabelas, one at Wall South Dakota, and we had made it. Unfortunately we got there after dark so we didn't have a good grip on directions to our campsite. We ended up taking a turn that led us through a deep wooded area. We were sure that the twins from The Shining would be around a corner and it would all be over for ...
... some books on tape, making an abundance of jokes about Gary, Indiana (sorry to anyone reading this if you're from there), and yelling at our GPS (Karen). We hit traffic while going around Chicago, which tested both our patience, and our bladder capacities. We finally got through rush hour in Chicago as our urethral fortitude was wearing out. At the McDonald's from heaven, we emptied ourselves and filled up the storm trooper. Ryan was informed by his aunt that the car ...
Took off to get to the John Deere factory by 10am, stopped for a take out coffee, got some fuel and then Greg realised he had left his hat and sunnies at the motel - but a quick call had the motel hold them until later. We got to the plant in plenty of time and after handing in our phones and signing security forms we watched a movie and then rode some tractor drawn trailers to view the assembly plant. It is a ...
... parked!!!! That's great as the 2nd feature does not end until around 12:30 AM.
As the 2nd feature starts, Duke stops by to chat and we spend about 20 minutes talking about all kinds of things from geek stuff about the equipment used for drive-in theaters, disappearing drive-ins, the economics of both drive-in theaters as well as a 3 screen indoor theater, Harvard University - it turns out the school he attended in Mass. was ...
... destination was the UW Arboretum, which is located in Madison. Imagine 1200 acres of prairie, forest, and gardens within biking or walking distance. We saw lots of runners and bikers while driving through to the visitors' center. We watched a short film in the center relating the history of the Arboretum. Today, Alient Energy Corporation is a 'partner'. I'm not sure why or what this means to the UW's property. Is it simply funding for the ...