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Saturday August 1 - Day 19
Time to leave Illinois. As sad as it is to leave, I won’t miss the chaos of Chicago. Although I still think New York has Chicago beat, Chicago defiantly has Calgary beat. Because Wisconsin is just a few minutes from our campground, we took secondary highways along the bottom of Wisconsin. They have “America’s Dairyland” on their license plates for a reason. ...
... and built four kilns which were used to produce lime from the quarries near by. Lime mortar was used for building foundations until 1920 when Portland cement became popular.
We continued on our way to the world's largest truck stop. Several years ago we passed by this place going east and didn't know what it was, this time we stopped. It is a very large place with lots of eating places, different types of stores and even ...
... vehicle about 3 hours north just off our route so we called them, to see if they could fix us. Yes, except the windshield...so we headed that way and, en route called our insurance people to seek their help with the windshield. They were great! It won't cost us anything and we can get it fixed in Rochester, MN where we will be for about a week or so. The service place fixed our other problems plus put on the ...
... be careful by Eddie Carthan who had been falsely jailed for killing a city alderman in Tchula, but would later go on to become the 1st black mayor of that same town. Of course, he jokingly said, that if something happened, he knew some good attorneys.
Finally, there are fond memories of the week spent with Willie B & Norman Cobbins, Jr. in Coila, MS. The amazing aroma of fried ...
... and where we had been so far in our adventure.
This lovely couple Chris and Heidi were telling us that Chris and his family have been farmers in Iowa for generations, they have over 3,000 acres of corn and beans under cultivation and kindly invited us to come and see the operation of their farm should we be in the area.
I tell you, country people are so genuine and friendly. We had just met these two and it honestly felt like we had ...