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... Oh boo. That was a bad one.
But seriously, I thought this was going to be silly roadside kitsch. But really, it was quite interesting to see the murals. Inside the building, there is a stage, a basketball court, and photos of the murals of previous years. And 500,000 tourists each year can't all be wrong. Besides, the gift shop has some amazing popcorn.
... but, didn't know the details of his rebellious life.."now I. Know why I have always at a gut level admired him so much. NOT the status quo kinda guy. I am off to a warm and comfy bed...for a whole 8 hours sleep I hope. Today, I had to stop at a rest stop and throw down my sleeping bag and pillow for a nap. yes, I was the only one doing that...but, it sure did revive me. This was by far the only 600 mile day...thank the road gods for THAT...except tomorrow of ...
... been trying games and mad-libs. He always wants to know the "next stop." He's been a real help putting up the tent because of his experience and has been mostly good at helping keep an eye on Ana. I've noticed him leaning onto Ana for companionship more than he does at home so maybe this trip will make them closer. Back to the road.... We crossed into South Dakota, a slightly cluttered state in comparison with Minnesota. As we went west, the farms give way to ranches ...
We didn't have any more storms last night - just some more rain and woke up this morning to a beautiful clear day with the temperature a bit lower and a lot less humidity in the air. As we drove west from the campground there was only one place I saw where the corn had been flattened down by the storm. I guess that corn is a pretty tough crop.
Bob met a fellow at the gas station just ...
... and Albert Lea. I was bored and regretting this trip by the time I got to Blue Earth. My doubts were wiped away by a stationary familiar friend, a 65 foot fiberglass statue of the Jolly Green Giant. He was wearing a black shirt this time promoting a motorcycle dealer in Albert Lea. The Sturgis rally is one month away. He has a four foot wide knowing smile. He is confident, like the 1950's postwar America he came from. We stopped at the tiny Walmart in the ...